Thnx for reply guys.
Is your question whether you can "share" the electrolyte between all of your electrochemical cells? What is the advantage of doing this? **
Yes this is my question. The advantage is that i don't need to construct each separated block, for each cell. My final battery should have 48V and to do this i have to connect 30 cell in serial. Before I saw the photo I was thinking that I have to do 30 separated containers, but it looks like that I don't.
If I submerge 2 or more cell's in one electrolyte the current will increase but that's not what i want.
I need to increase the voltage an the only way to do this ( as far as i understand ) is to make separated cell containers. Each container for each cell and then I can connect them in serial to get the desired voltage.
The electrolyte that happens to not be between the plates, isn't affected.
** That's what I was thinking but it doesn't make sense. Why?. Well look at "one cell" part.
If the separator is used for blocking the rest of the electrolyte to come between one side of the plates, then this would mean that the other side of the cell is not used. But of course, this isn't the situation.
So again, you have short circuit if you connect multiple cells in serial. Maybe there was one additional separator between cells, but it can not be because all the cells are in same electrolyte and there is bunch of electrolyte left on the bottom of the cell. This is not 2V system, it's 6V and cells are connected in serial.
My goal is to use common reservoir and one container for 30 cells. Not 30 separated containers...
Is there a way to do this ?
Are you worried about a short circuit?