Trying to create a battery that lasts a long time, holds plenty of power, and is efficient when that power is called upon, is no easy task. However, scientists are hard at work on a new technology to replace lithium-ion batteries which were an advancement all their own. As it turns out, modified fluoride, which is used in everything from toothpaste to nuclear weapons, is a great conductor of electricity and they are working on new batteries that employ the unique properties of fluoride to create a better battery. Watch this video that tells us more!