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Introduction to Matters Quiz

MCQ: All matter in universe is made up of one or more types of different elements,which are of number

  1. 100
  2. 118
  3. 2280
  4. 300


Split Ring Resonator Quiz

MCQ: In effective relative magnetic permeability of an SRR array, µr,eff(w)=1-Fw2/w2-w2o+iγw, F is

  1. Force
  2. Filling ratio
  3. damping ratio
  4. Friction ratio


Curl Operator Quiz

MCQ: Vector operator that describes infinitesimal rotation of a vector field in three-dimensional Euclidean space is known as

  1. gradient operator
  2. curl operator
  3. divergence operator
  4. scalar operator


Dielectric Constant of Dielectric Materials Quiz

MCQ: Dielectric constant=4 only exist for

  1. sulfur
  2. ammonia
  3. lead glass
  4. glycerin


Dielectric Permittivity Quiz

MCQ: Electric susceptibility is directly proportional to

  1. permitivity
  2. permeability
  3. magnetic field intensity
  4. electric field intensity