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Ball-milled graphitic carbon, both not and electrochemically lithiated, has been studied by total x-ray diffraction involving high-energy synchrotron radiation scattering and atomic pair distribution function analysis. The experimental data has been used to guide reverse Monte Carlo simulations of the three-dimensional structure of the not-lithiated samples. Experimental and modeling results show that ball milling for short times breaks the graphitic layers into smaller pieces as well asdoi:10.1088/0953-8984/23/43/435003 pmid:21960020 fatcat:uwac4qz3bvcezoeaujjuqtfyhu