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The derivative of the Floquet transform equals the Floquet tranform of the derivative. But can the Floquet tranform of the derivative of a function $f(r)$ can be expressed in terms of the Floquet tranform of the function $f(r)$?

So, is there a relation between $(U \frac{\partial f}{\partial r})(r)$ and $(Uf)(r)$ (like there is for the Fourier transform, i.e. $(F \frac{\partial f}{\partial r})(r)=iω(Ff)(r)$?

Many thanks in advance !

Jeff

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wasn't this answered yesterday?

Floquet transform of the derivative of a function

there is a relation, but it requires differentiation with respect to $r$; the parameter $k$ in the Floquet transform does not know how $f(r)$ varies within a unit cell of the lattice, so there is no analogue of the algebraic relation you have for the Fourier transform.

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