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Authors:  Joav Merrick, Ariel Tenenbaum, and Mohammed Morad
Abstract:
Children are naturally curious and it is part of their development to explore the environment, but sometimes we as adults leave things around that can be found and swallowed by small kids. The smaller the better and that is what has happened with our electronic toys and gadgets, where today batteries are small and compact. These disk batteries or button batteries are small, shaped like a pill or and they contain heavy metals such as zinc, mercury, silver, nickel, cadmium, and lithium. They also contain concentrated solutions of caustic electrolytes, usually potassium or sodium hydroxide. 


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