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Dielectric Permittivity Quiz

MCQ: Electric susceptibility is inversely proportional to

  1. permitivity
  2. polarization vector
  3. magnetic field intensity
  4. permeability


Chiral Metamaterials Quiz

MCQ: Mirror images of a chiral molecule/ion are called

  1. enantiomers
  2. antiomers
  3. tiomers
  4. bantiomers


Euclidean Plane Quiz

MCQ: Two-dimensional Euclidean plane is known as

  1. Euclidean space
  2. Dihedral space
  3. one dimensional space
  4. zero plane


Dielectric Constitutive Relationship Quiz

MCQ: Dielectric constitutive relationship is

  1. D=∊
  2. D=∊HE
  3. D=∊E
  4. D=∊H


Drude-Lorentz Model Quiz

MCQ: Lorentz extended drude model and thus extended classical model is called

  1. Drude-Hendrik model
  2. Drude-Sommerfeld model
  3. Drude-Lorentz model
  4. Lorentz model