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Lecture# Harmonic Forms: Main Theorem

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This lecture covers the concept of harmonic forms on a Riemann surface, exploring the Main Theorem of compact Riemann surfaces and the uniqueness of solutions to harmonic equations. It also delves into the conjugation operator and its properties.

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