This result shows that the magnetic field obstructs the

electric polarizability and it can be used to control the electric properties of the structure.

These properties include: capacitance,

electric polarizability tensor, intrinsic conductivity, volume, gyration tensor, hydrodynamic radius, intrinsic viscosity, friction coefficient, diffusion coefficient, sedimentation coefficient, and related quantities.

Expressing the electric dipole moment [p.sub.1] in terms of the the realvalued, symmetric [34] electric polarizability dyadic [[bar.[alpha]].sub.e] of a PEC volume [V.sub.a] in a uniform electric field [E.sub.01] = [E.sub.0], namely

The electric polarizability of a PEC volume [V.sub.a] is equal to the magnetic polarizability of a PMC volume [V.sub.a].

Expressing the electric dipole moment [p.sub.2] in terms of the realvalued, symmetric [34] electric polarizability dyadic [[bar.[alpha]].sub.m] of a PMC volume [V.sub.a] in a uniform quasi-static electric field [E.sub.02] = - [E.sub.0], namely

The concepts learned from the study of the dipole moments were then used to provide a clear definition for the electric polarizability of a scatterer partially embedded in an interface.

Otherwise, numerical techniques will have to be used, either specialized ones or general-purpose ones such as FDTD or finite-element methods, as we noted for the electric polarizability problem in [5].

It is possible to find two different approaches in the open technical literature: the first considers the dense array as an frequency selective surfaces (FSSs) in long-wavelength regime [21], and the latter defines the electrically small individual patches in terms of an electric dipoles represented through its

electric polarizability [22,23].

The number of independent constants to describe the properties like magneto

electric polarizability and piezoelectricity are calculated for the alternating representations of the point group [bar.5] m and they are associated to the corresponding ferroic species induced by them and they are given in table I.

Cohn, "The

Electric Polarizability of Apertures of Arbitrary Shape," Proc.

Mitchell, North Carolina State University and Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory 3:25-3:45 The Neutron

Electric Polarizability from Neutron Total Cross Section of [.sup.208]Pb Measurement A.