Abstract

In the process of recording a hologram of linearly polarized plane waves in azo-dye-colored films, a chaotic time-dependent oscillation of the diffraction efficiency of the hologram was observed. The oscillation was detected under conditions of constant intensities of the hologram recording waves.

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