Abstract

Formulas are established which account for the performance of the type of equipment necessary for the measurement or application of the Kerr magneto-optic effect in ferromagnetic films. Furthermore, a theory is developed to describe the modification of the Kerr effect by dielectric layers deposited on the ferromagnetic surfaces. The resulting formulas satisfactorily describe the appropriate dispersion curves given in Part I.

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