7.17 For each of the following combinations of parameters,determine if the material is a low-loss dielectric, a quasiconductor, or a good conductor, and then calculate α, β, λ,up, and ηc:∗(a) Glass with µr = 1, #r = 5, and σ = 10−12 S/m at 10 GHz.(b) Animal tissue with µr = 1, #r = 12, and σ = 0.3 S/m at100 MHz.(a) (c)] Wood with µr = 1, #r = 3, and σ = 10−4 S/m at1 kHz.

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