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Free metamaterials basics worksheet has multiple choice quiz question as natural resonant frequency of a plasma oscillation, equal to minimum frequency of electromagnetic waves that can travel through plasma without attenuation is called, answer key with choices as plasma frequency, radio frequency, amplitude frequency and microwave frequency problem solving to test study skills. For online learning, viva help and jobs' interview preparation tips, study metamaterials multiple choice questions based quiz question and answers.

Metamaterials Basics Quiz

MCQ. The natural resonant frequency of a plasma oscillation, equal to the minimum frequency of electromagnetic waves that can travel through the plasma without attenuation is called

1. plasma frequency
3. amplitude frequency
4. microwave frequency

A

Examining Material Microscopically Quiz

MCQ. When an electric field is applied to a nonpolar or polar dielectric material, on the lower surface there exists a net

1. positive charge density
2. negative charge density
3. neutral charge density
4. no charge density

A

Dilute Metals Quiz

MCQ. Pendry et al. proposed dilute metals with extremely

1. high plasma frequency
2. low plasma frequency
3. low microwave frequency
4. high microwave frequency

B

Differential Form of Maxwell Equations Quiz

MCQ. The Laplace operator is named after the French mathematician

1. Pierre-Sam Laplace
2. Pierre-Simon de Laplace
3. Pierre-Simaeed
4. Pierre-dimod de Laplace

B

Ferroelectrics Quiz

MCQ. Class of dielectric material which exhibit a hysteresis loop of polarization versus electric field is termed as

1. ferroelectrics
2. elecrets
3. ferrites
4. dipole

A