Bill Dube via EV wrote:
This would work for lead acid, where the electrolyte is water based, but li-ion cells have an organic solvent based electrolyte.
An additional problem is that the electrolyte is mostly held in the separators between the plates. Depending on the specific type of battery, little or none of it would flow out if you made a hole in the bottom.
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