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## Electromagnetic Theory: Metamaterials Basics 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

A) plasma frequency
C) amplitude frequency
D) microwave frequency

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

A) positive charge density
B) negative charge density
C) neutral charge density
D) no charge density

MCQ: Pendry et al. proposed dilute metals with extremely

A) high plasma frequency
B) low plasma frequency
C) low microwave frequency
D) high microwave frequency

MCQ: The Laplace operator is named after the French mathematician

A) Pierre-Sam Laplace
B) Pierre-Simon de Laplace
C) Pierre-Simaeed
D) Pierre-dimod de Laplace

MCQ: Class of dielectric material which exhibit a hysteresis loop of polarization versus electric field is termed as

A) ferroelectrics
B) elecrets
C) ferrites
D) dipole