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Cloak Devices Quiz

MCQ: A prototype metascreen is a

  1. cloaking device
  2. blocking device
  3. uncloaking device
  4. triloaking device


Introduction to Matters Quiz

MCQ: Material structures whose constitutive parameters (permitivity and permeability) are both negative, often referred to as a

  1. NG
  2. DNG
  3. TNG
  4. DPG


Examining Material Microscopically Quiz

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

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


Electric and Magnetic Dipoles Quiz

MCQ: Separation of positive and negative charges are termed as

  1. electric dipole
  2. magnetic dipole
  3. electronic dipole
  4. mechanical dipole


Electromagnetic Field Theory Quiz

MCQ: In a paramagnetic material there are

  1. paired electrons
  2. unpaired electrons
  3. unpaired photons
  4. paired photons