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## Metamaterial Structure MCQ Quiz with Answers : Test 16

MCQ 76:

Materials with ∊ < 0 and µ>0 exhibit negative permitivity at certain frequencies below the

1. plasma frequency
3. amplitude frequency
4. microwave frequency
MCQ 77:

Emission of electrons or other free carriers when light is shone onto a material is known as

1. photoelectric effect
2. hydroelectric effect
3. electricity
4. quantization
MCQ 78:

In FIM, post processing procedures are designed for the extraction of the data of interest from a

1. finite element solution
2. infinite element solution
3. dynamic element solution
4. static element solution
MCQ 79:

If in SRR d = 4x10-3m, r = 1x10-3m, and s = 1x104m. The resulting resonance will be

1. 8.324GHz
2. 6.32GHz
3. 5.2GHz
4. 10GHz
MCQ 80:

Effective relative permitivity of the dilute metal which obeys the Drude?Lorentz model is represented as

1. r,eff(w)=1-w2p.eff/w(w+iγeff)
2. r,eff(w)=1+w2p.eff/w(w+iγeff)
3. r,eff(w)=w2p.eff/w(w+iγeff)
4. r,eff(w)=1-w2p.eff/w(iw+iγeff)