Some articles on reflection surface, surface:
... the magnetization vector is parallel to both the reflection surface and the plane of incidence ... setup involves light reflected at an angle from the reflection surface and not normal to it, as above in the polar MOKE case ... In the same manner, linearly polarized light incident on the surface becomes elliptically polarized, with the change in polarization directly ...
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