Magneto-optical effects for detection of in-plane magnetization in plasmonic crystals
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Methods for magneto-optical detection of the in-plane magnetization in a magnetic film due to the deposition of a one-dimensional metallic diffraction grating on the film have been considered. This structure is a magnetoplasmonic crystal, in which the excitation of the waveguide and plasmon modes leads to the appearance of five resonant magneto-optical effects that consist in a change of the intensity, the polarization, and the phase of the transmitted and reflected waves. The conditions responsible for the origin of these effects and their magnitude are determined by the configuration of the incident light, the parameters of the metallic grating, and the chemical composition of the magnetic layer. It has been found that the magnetophotonic intensity effects are the most optimal for the detection of the in-plane magnetization. The influence of the parameters of the metallic grating on the magneto-optical effects has been analyzed and the most optimal conditions for the observation of these effects have been determined. It has also been found that an increase in the concentration of bismuth in a magnetic dielectric material can lead to a weakening of the optical and magneto-optical responses.
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