I thought about Ernest Levy’s A Theory of Harmony where he said that all harmony can exist in any chord and any chord has an opposite pole. So, if the, in a hypothetic way, the harmonic series is a chord it must have an opposite pole.
This opposite pole is made by intervals but also by mathematic calculation. Therefore, for the harmonic series positive pole the formula to know perfectly each partial is Y x Hz, so: 1st partial = 1 x 36.71Hz; 2nd partial = 2 x 36.71Hz; 3rd partial = 3 x 36.71; etc. For the harmonic series negative pole the formula to know perfectly each partial is HZ ÷ Y, so: 1st partial = 1174.659Hz ÷ 1; 2nd partial = 1174.659Hz ÷ 2; 3rd partial = 1174.659Hz ÷ 3; etc.
Using the formula it is possible to have an approximation, in each harmonic series poles of, 1/4; 1/6 or even 1/8