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What will be the value of the intrinsic impedance of a medium if the medium is having relative permitivity and permeability as 15 and 2 respectively.

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Intrinsic impedance is actually the impedance which an electromagnetic wave will face while travelling through a particular medium. The value of the intrinsic impedance of a medium depends on the value of the permitivity and permeability of the medium. It can be defined in the following way:

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n =12077 x Ω- -(1) Relative Permeability of the medium Relative Permitivity of the medium E,

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In this case, the value of the relative permitivity ...

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=2 = 15

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