Mining
Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni. The country's salt flats contain 9 million tons of lithium. Photo: Dimitry B./Flickr
Jerry Haar You’ve seen it on TV—a smoking suitcase in an airport check-in line. A spontaneous fire in a handbag in a supermarket shopping cart. Is the culprit: ISIS? Al-Qaeda? No, lithium. The spontaneous combustion of lithium has garnered a good deal of attention in recently. A soft, silvery-white alkali metal, lithium has a number of industrial applications including heat-resistant glass and…
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