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While SDW refers to matter itself, DDW refers to [energy].
As an example, while fire itself would be composed of SDWs, it would be hot and emit heat due to the DDWs.
DDWs are produced by SDWs, so we could define DDW in a simple manner as [the relative difference in energy caused by the movement of the static matter waves].

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