Abstract

The relaxation processes in As2S3 films related to the self-enhancement effect of holographic gratings with low initial diffraction efficiencies are examined. It is demonstrated that the dark relaxation plays a noticeable role in the self-enhancement.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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