Why do AA and AAA batteries not shock us when touching opposite ends with wet fingers, but licking a 9 volt battery does?

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Why do AA and AAA batteries not shock us when touching opposite ends with wet fingers, but licking a 9 volt battery does?

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First of all, your saliva is much more conductive than your skin.

Secondly, 9 volts is times stronger than 1.5 volts.

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