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Figure 3
(a) Simulated amplitude of the recorded time-resolved signal as a function of the sample thickness and of the XMCD contrast magnitude calculated according to equation (12)[link], and normalized to the optical density. The amplitude of the time-resolved signal is proportional to the magnitude of the XMCD contrast, γXMCD. (b) Same calculation as in (a), but utilizing the relation in equation (13)[link], normalized to ODexp(−OD). The results are effectively equal to the ones shown in (a), indicating that the first-order Taylor expansion is a reasonable approximation.

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