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

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


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


MCQ: Material posses electrical polarization in which absence of an applied field and owing to their structure, possess

  1. permanent dipole moment
  2. temporary dipole moment
  3. permanent magnetic
  4. temporary magnet


MCQ: In conductors, opposite charges are separated by

  1. dielectric
  2. insulator
  3. microscopic distances
  4. large distances


MCQ: In absence of applied electric field in nonpolar dielectric materials, charges are averaged in such a way that

  1. opposite charges add each other
  2. opposite charges cancel each other
  3. similar charges add each other
  4. similar charges repel each other