V. Balitska, O. Shpotyuk.
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, vol. 166-167, 2000, p. 521-524.
Effect of electron-induced anisotropy was observed in glassy As2S3-based samples irradiated by accelerated electrons (E=2.8 MeV) in the perpendicular plane to the probe light. Spectral and compositional dependences of this effect and its time stability at room temperature were discussed. It was supposed that the microstructural mechanism of the anisotropy effect was connected with electron-induced formation of new oriented (relatively to the electron flow) defects in the form of broken chemical bonds.