The Magneto-Optical Kerr Effect (MOKE) measurement is a technique used to study the magnetization and magnetic properties of materials. It involves shining polarized light onto a sample's surface and measuring changes in the polarization state of the reflected light due to the interaction with the material's magnetization. By varying the angle of the incident light or applying an external magnetic field, researchers can extract information about the material's magnetic domains, anisotropy, and other magnetic characteristics.
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