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  • Why Lithium-Ion Batteries Still Explode, and What’s Being Done to Fix the Problem

    Fox News - 09/21/2016

    First a reality check: Despite these high-profile incidents, if you look at the numbers, Li-ion-powered devices are relatively safe. K.M. Abraham, one of the pioneers of the Li-ion battery and a professor at Northeastern University, says, “There are more than a billion cell phones and computers used in the world every day,” and by comparison, the number of accidents has been small.

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