Some solved and more unsolved problems in giant resonance research
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A review of the main existing (e,e') data on the giant resonance region of atomic nuclei is given Open and controversial questions are pointed out. While most of the examples are taken from the Monterey data, which in fact constitutes the largest body of such data, experiments from Darmstadt, Saskatoon and Sendai have been incorporated in the systematics.
Invited Seminar given at the 11th Masurian Summer School in Nuclear Physics, Mikolajki, Masuria, Poland August 30 - September 10, 1978