For example, I picked these up from some rather poorly maintained succulents, and want to revive the leaves, somehow.
I'm soaking them in water for a few hours, then putting half in water, half out, in hopes that they'll absorb some.
On one particularly large dried leaf, I cut off a centimeter of material from the base of the leaf, and put it in a vase, half submerged, with the cut down.
Is it even possible to revive from a condition where the leaves are brown, but are still flexible and contain moisture?
If it WAS possible, what would increase my chances of successfully reviving and rooting these leaves?
That is, for an answer relevant to a more general audience, what "leaf revival" options are most likely to work for a given common variety of succulent?