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Re: Galaxy Note Battery Blows up !!!
Also bear in mind that this massive battery was naked in his pocket, which you should never do.
Although protections against shorting the terminals are a standard feature nowadays the very thin layer of skin around the cell won't hold up very well to the harsh environment of a jeans pocket.
One bump into a table corner at the wrong angle is enough to cause a puncture or force a short.
Look closely at your battery before putting it in your pocket. The only separation between dangerous chemicals and your flesh is a very thin plastic label and a thin piece of foil. These batteries were meant to be protected by a sturdy phone chassis and have no hard plastic casing on the back or front.
When carying a spare in a pocket, store it in a small box like a cassette case.
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