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Dielectric: Quiz


Question 1: It consists of a "puck" of ceramic that has a large ________ and a low dissipation factor.
Relative permittivitySiliconBarium titanateAluminium

Question 2: [1] It is important to explain various phenomena in ________, optics, and solid-state physics.
Electrical engineeringEngineeringElectronicsElectronic engineering

Question 3: ________ is a polarization that is particular to polar molecules.
DielectricMetamaterialPermittivityMaxwell's equations

Question 4: The electric susceptibility χe of a dielectric material is a measure of how easily it polarizes in response to an ________.
Electric fieldMagnetic fieldLorentz forceMaxwell's equations

Question 5: inside ________ or between two large conducting surfaces).
CapacitorCapacitanceInductorElectronic component

Question 6: ________ is polarization which is caused by relative displacements between positive and negative ions in ionic crystals (for example, NaCl).
PermittivityDielectricMetamaterialMaxwell's equations

Question 7: in the ________ or far-infrared region around 1013 Hz, ionic polarization loses the response to the electric field;
Electromagnetic spectrumUltravioletInfraredX-ray

Question 8: A dielectric is the electrically insulating material between the metallic plates of a ________.
CapacitorCapacitanceElectronic componentInductor

Question 9: Some examples include porcelain, ________, and most plastics.
GlassMACORBorosilicate glassCranberry glass

Question 10: This relaxation model was named after the chemist ________.
Peter DebyeLeopold RužičkaOtto HahnWilhelm Röntgen


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