Don't Poke a Lithium Polymer Cell

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+7 1. zongap commented 7 years ago

Don't poke it, but you can breathe it... :x
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+7 2. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Did you poke it? What did you poke it with? A Skewer! Shall be poke another one...Don't feel happy about bending it...OMD and I thought laurel and Hardy were dead.:D
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+5 3. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#2 They will be soon, if they keep inhaling those fumes! :O
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+2 4. cameramaster commented 7 years ago

Just to let you know... ( droll tone ) Litium can be rather....shall we say...'volatile'.
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0 5. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#4 Yeah, it's right up there in the same family with sodium and potassium on the periodic table..... btw, I like your troll voice ;)
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+2 6. thefox commented 7 years ago

Tune in next week when the boys will be poking a nuclear reactor.
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0 7. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

The only good thing is that if they were suffering from depression just before the fumes kill them they might start to feel a little better. :S
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0 8. snotraddict commented 7 years ago

Interesting. Reading up on them a bit, it appears one of their uses is RC (radio controlled) toys etc. Nasty buggers though. They're catching fire in the video because the chemicals inside are exposed to air via the puncture.

Lightweight and powerful, but need to be handled, stored and charged with extreme care. Supposedly when discharged, there's no harmful chemicals and can be simply trashed.