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Battery Terms & Definitions
Short circuit occurs when the positive and negative terminals come into contact with each other or with a metal object, generating heat. Resulting in current becoming zero.
If the batteries are stacked on top of each other or if the batteries are mixed (resulting in a short circuit), this can lead to heat generation, leakage, bursting and eventually fire.
Please note, it is possible to short circuit Lithium batteries. Therefore, you must avoid causing a short circuit when using Lithium batteries.