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[en] The reaction cross sections of C+C and C+Al are calculated at intermediate energies using microscopic complex optical potential (OP) derived from Brueckner G-matrix. Glauber model (GM) with and without in-medium effects are also used for comparison. Different models for the density distributions such as deformed Fermi density, whose deformation parameters and radii are determined by RMF calculations, a harmonic oscillator (HO), harmonic oscillator plus Gaussian (HOG) and two-parameters Fermi (2pF) are used. It is found that C can be described by HO, HOG, and 2pF densities with the same matter radius ∼2.75 fm, while C can be described by HOG (C core and one neutron in the S state) with matter radius 2.88 fm, when using the OP in the calculation of the reaction cross section, which indicates the halo structure of C. Glauber model with in-medium effects predicted matter radius 2.8 fm for both C and C. A clear halo structure is shown in the extracted density distribution of C predicted by both the OP and GM models, while for C a neutron skin, in the range 0.3-0.4 fm, which is smaller than of C, is predicted without a long extended tail, as that predicted for C, which indicates the absence of halo structure for C, in contrast with most of the other predictions.