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How much electrolyte does a single cell need?

Observation: when we pull our cell out of the electrolyte it still causes a deflection, which increases when pressure is applied. How could this lead to more efficient batteries? Created by Brit Cruise.

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Deflection is zero. Deflection does not return to zero. Squeeze coins together. Deflection increases! Do we need the cup?