Does anyone make dry cell batteries (ie, C, D, AA, AAA, etc) that don't leak when discharged? I think Eveready claims their batteries don't leak anymore, but I don't know if I believe that or not. Seems I have so many devices that use batteries that it's almost impossible to keep track of how old the batteries are in them. And if it's something I don't use very often, then the day I do use it I discover the batteries went dead and pukes all over the terminals. I've never seen a watch type of battery or a 9 volt battery ever leak. What is the mechanism that makes a battery leak out the corrosive juice? It just seems like this could be prevented. All I know is I don't like finding corrosion inside where the batteries reside. Happened on a $300+ Tekronix DMM ... luckily I got the terminals cleaned back up pretty good, but there was some slight corrosion damage on the metal tabs where the batteries connect.