Electroexcitation of C12 in the giant multipole resonance region is studied using the methods of nuclear reaction theory. The importance of using orthogonalized wave functions for calculations of differential cross sections is pointed out, especially for monopole excitations. NUCLEAR REACTIONS C12(e, e), E=15-40 MeV, q=0.3-1.7 fm-1; calculated C 0-C 2 strengths, new method for solving coupled-channel equations, orthogonalized wave functions.
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- Nuclear and High Energy Physics