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MCQ: Natural resonant frequency of a plasma oscillation, equal to minimum frequency of electromagnetic waves that can travel through plasma without attenuation is called

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

A

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

MCQ: Metal that resists chemical action, does not corrode, and is not easily attacked by acids is called

  1. super insulators
  2. ideal insulators
  3. base metals
  4. noble metals

D

MCQ: Ferrites are material having electric permitivity

  1. equals to zero
  2. less than zero
  3. greater than zero
  4. infinite

C

MCQ: Effective relative magnetic permeability of an SRR array is given by

  1. µr,eff(w)=1-Fw2/w2-w2o+
  2. µr,eff(w)=1+Fw2/w2-w2o+
  3. ∊;r,eff(w)=w2/w2-w2o+i&
  4. r,eff(w)=Fw2/w2-w2o+i&

A