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By Samuel C. Levy

This publication is set find out how to stay away from the injuries and accidents which could ensue while batteries are abused or mishandled. it's the first e-book to deal particularly with this topic in a fairly complete demeanour available to readers starting from ordinary shoppers to technical experts. Batteries and battery procedures are defined in enough element to permit readers to appreciate why and the way batteries reason injuries and what will be performed to avoid them. every year within the usa on my own, millions of people are injured via battery injuries, a few of that are significantly disabling. The tragedy is that such injuries don't need to ensue. The publication is meant to meet the wishes of a assorted crew of readers: battery clients regularly, battery engineers, and architects of battery-operated gear and shopper electronics. because the booklet is a reference resource of data on batteries and battery chemical substances, we think it could actually even be priceless to these learning the surroundings in addition to to clinical group of workers known as upon to regard battery accidents. There are not any must haves for an less than­ status of the textual content except an curiosity in batteries and their secure usage.

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Although many of the selected materials do react with lithium, the reaction rates are sufficiently slow to be acceptable for a variety of practical applications. Because of their unique characteristics, lithium batteries will be discussed separately in Part IV.

An example is: "Consumer feels battery powered toy boat is a fire hazard after batteries became hot to touch and battery compartment had started to melt. " Reports from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) 11 give useful information on the types of injuries associated with battery accidents, even though batteries may not have been the primary cause of the accidents. The list of accidents is based on reports from a sample of hospital emergency rooms and was used by NEISS to estimate the probable number of battery-associated injuries in the United States for the year 1991.

9. B. M. Barnett and S. P. Wolsky, The battery waste problem and alternatives to small sealed rechargeable lead acid and NiCd batteries, in Proceedings of the 2nd International Seminar on Battery Waste Management (ISBWM), Ansum Enterprises, Boca Raton, Rorida (1990). 10. C. II. S. C. 12. T. L. Litovitz, Button battery ingestions, J. Am. Med. Assoc. 249, 2495 (1983). II FUNDAMENTAL ASPECTS OF BATTERY SAFETY Battery hazards may occur whenever the contents of a battery escape and enter the immediate or remote environment.

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