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MCQ: Material posses electrical polarization in which absence of an applied field and owing to their structure, possess

  1. permanent dipole moment
  2. temporary dipole moment
  3. permanent magnetic
  4. temporary magnet


MCQ: Materials in which electrical polarization occurs is termed as

  1. polar material
  2. non polar material
  3. linear material
  4. non linear material


MCQ: Electrical polarization is also known as

  1. dipole polarization
  2. pole polarization
  3. tripole polarization
  4. bipole polarization


MCQ: Polarization which can occurs in water is

  1. magnetic polarization
  2. electronic polarization
  3. electrical polarization
  4. ionic polarization


MCQ: When an electric field applied to material in which electrical polarization can generate, the dipoles tend to align

  1. randomly
  2. with magnetic field
  3. with applied field
  4. as free charge