How to find if a bilinear form is coercive .

Consider $\Delta u =f(x) , x \in \Omega$ and $\nabla u\cdot n +\alpha u = g(x) , x\in \partial\Omega$, where $n$ is outward normal. Can anyone help me to define a bilinear form for this PDE and find out whether its coercive or not ? I am not quite familier how to do it . Thank you So far my progress :

$\int_\Omega \Delta u .v= \int fv$

$-\int_\Omega \nabla u. \nabla v +\int\nabla.( \nabla u v) =\int fv$

using the given relation it can be further written as

$-\int\nabla u .\nabla v -\int \alpha u.v = \int- g\alpha v +\int fv$

ie . Bilinear form is $B[u,v]=\int \nabla u \nabla v +\alpha \int uv$

that means if $\alpha \ge 1$ then its coercive . Am i right ? Thank you

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