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Atomic-scale depth selectivity of soft x-ray resonant Kerr effect
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15.In this model, while varies with depth, and slopes for different depths are assumed to be the same. Therefore, does not vary with φ, but the loop slopes somewhat change with depth since different with depth assumed in the model contribute to each loop at a given φ. In experimental results, the variations in and slope as well as with φ are possible due to likely depth varying in the Co layer of the sample used in this work.
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