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what is the difference between time and space harmonics ?

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    The answer is somewhat in the title. Harmonics implies a sinusoidal variance. For time harmonics, this means a sinusoidal variance in time, and for space harmonics one in space accordingly. In time harmonics this time variance would depend on angular frequency \[\omega = 2*\pi*f\] while for space it would depend on spatial frequency = \[k = 2*\pi/\lambda\]

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