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# Drude Model Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) PDF - 4

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## Drude Model Questions and Answers : Quiz 4

MCQ 16:

Model which explain the transport properties of electrons in materials (especially metals) is called

1. Drude model
3. Newton model
4. Gaussian model
MCQ 17:

Early cloak devices required extreme values for the metamaterial properties, which results in a narrow operation band and

1. low loss
2. high loss
3. zero loss
4. infinite loss
MCQ 18:

In absence of applied electric field in nonpolar dielectric materials, charges are averaged in such a way that

1. opposite charges add each other
2. opposite charges cancel each other
3. similar charges add each other
4. similar charges repel each other
MCQ 19:

In harmonic plane general equation, A(x,t)=Aocos(kx-wt+φ), 'w' is the representation of

1. magnitude of wave disturbance
2. amplitude
3. wave number
4. angular frequency
MCQ 20:

If ∊ is dielectric permitivity, than ∊=

1. relative permitivity
2. free space permitivity
3. sum of relative and free space permitivity
4. product of relative and free space permitivity