They are found to have a resolution of 600 nm. The actual performance of this apparatus is found to be demonstrated by the measurement that are taken from the 3D magnetization vector maps. These are found to be showing out-of-plane domains. It also encompasses the in-plane domain walls that are made of the yttrium-iron-garnet film. From this the study of the magnetization reversal in a 4-μm-wide magnetic disk is then observed. It is effective to use “Moke as a tool to investigate periodic arrays of micron and submicron elements because MOKE is more sensitive to a diminishing amount of magnetic material than SQUID is.
If MOKE is operated in the diffraction mode and combined with vector OKE, information on the magnetization distribution inside of magnetic nanostructures is gained in a vectorial form from remanence to saturation. Furthermore, combining vectorBragg-MOKE with micromagnetic simulations provides conﬁdence in the proper interpretation of the reversal process” In the case of the longitudinal MOKE there is a magnetization vector assessed. However, the assessment is such that only a component of the longitudinal MOKE is assessed.
In this assessment, it is identified that that re-magnetization process may not be completely interpreted as will be required to set up an efficient process. So, for the purpose of understanding the re-magnetization process in a much more holistic way it is necessary to understand the other vector component too. This is the orthogonal vector component. Only when the orthogonal vector component is understood in the context of the entire magnetization process, then the re-magnetization assessment is complete. In the context of the longitudinal MOKE, a magnetometer was built and researchers subsequently made use of the same magnetometer and extended it in order to build the vector magnetometer.