Explosion of lithium-thionyl-chloride battery due to presence of lithium nitride

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Hennesø, E.; Hedlund, Frank Huess;

An explosion of a lithium–thionyl-chloride (Li–SOCl<sub>2</sub>) battery during production (assembly) leads to serious worker injury. The accident cell batch had been in a dry-air intermediate storage room for months before being readied with thionyl chloride electrolyt... View more
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