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MCQs on Metamaterials Quiz

MCQ: The natural resonant frequency of a plasma oscillation, equal to the minimum frequency of electromagnetic waves that can travel through the plasma without attenuation is called

plasma frequency
radio frequency
amplitude frequency
microwave frequency

MCQ: Pendry et al. proposed dilute metals with extremely

high plasma frequency
low plasma frequency
low microwave frequency
high microwave frequency

MCQ: Metal that resists chemical action, does not corrode, and is not easily attacked by acids is called

super insulators
ideal insulators
base metals
noble metals

MCQ: Ferrites are material having electric permitivity

equals to zero
less than zero
greater than zero
infinite

MCQ: Effective relative magnetic permeability of an SRR array is given by

µr,eff(w)=1-Fw2/w2-w2o+iγw
µr,eff(w)=1+Fw2/w2-w2o+iγw
∊;r,eff(w)=w2/w2-w2o+iγw
r,eff(w)=Fw2/w2-w2o+iγw