Why is the pressure of light on a black surface different from the pressure on a mirror?

When light falls on a black surface, most of the photons are absorbed, imparting momentum to the surface equal to the momentum of the photons. When reflected from a mirror surface, the transmitted momentum is equal to twice the momentum of the photons.

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