I often read about how electrolyte conduct electricity, the websites I searched often explain only in terms of mobile ions are able to move freely in the solution, therefore they could carry charges throughout the solution bla bla bla. However, none of them explain how does that help conduct electricity. Also, I read that electrons are not responsible for the conductivity of eletric charges in a solution, but the ions are, and involve some redox reactions. Again, they do not explain in great detail. I am hoping some knowledgable guys here could explain in a more detailed scenario of how actually does ion capable of conducting electricity. Thank you!