Some predictions of a phenomenological theory describing the behavior of photochromic glasses were tested by photoacoustic measurements. The induced steady-state absorption was investigated under the influence of strong optical bleaching. A depth profile of the induced steady-state absorption coefficient was measured by varying the glass thickness and described theoretically. Optical measurements were related to simultaneously taken photoacoustical measurements.
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Thomas Flohr and Reinhard Helbig, "Photoacoustical and optical measurements on photochromic glasses," Appl. Opt. 25, 2008-2012 (1986)