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Electronic Polarization Production Quiz

MCQ: Electronic polarization is also known as

  1. molecular ionization
  2. magnetic polarization
  3. ionic polarization
  4. atomic polarization


Differential Form of Maxwell Equations Quiz

MCQ: Magnetic flux density SI unit 'Tesla is equals to

  1. Wb/m2
  2. Wb/m
  3. wb/m3
  4. m/Wb


Photon Energy Quiz

MCQ: Experiments reveal that in some circumstances electromagnetic energy transfer at fixed frequency is better described as being carried in form of packets called (in case of photon)

  1. uanta
  2. quanta
  3. quana
  4. quant


Boundary Value Problems Quiz

MCQ: A solution to a boundary value problem which satisfies boundary condition is a solution to the

  1. Integral equation
  2. Differential equation
  3. Maxwell's equation
  4. logical equation


Split Ring Resonator Quiz

MCQ: Split ring resonator produces magnetic susceptibility in various types of metamaterials up to

  1. 50 terahertz
  2. 100 terahertz
  3. 150 terahertz
  4. 200 terahertz