If short circuited, a car battery can deliver a whopping 300 amps of electricity. Car batteries are lead/acid batteries, and they contain sulfuric acid, which can burn upon contact with skin. Car batteries, especially if they are bubbling (batteries in good working order should not do this, so if your battery is bubbling there’s something wrong), can explode if exposed to a spark or flame due to the battery’s hydrogen content.
Battery acid. Battery acid is sulfuric acid and is highly corrosive and sulfuric acid burns (on the skin or eyes) can be very damaging.
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