How exactly do electrolytes conduct electricity?

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    i was searching for an animation of the process. i did get the basic explanation which doesn’t exactly explain. it is here 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6njr0nZcCU

    i would like to know how and what path the electrons travel through the solution. from what molecule/atom/ion to what molecule/atom/ion, how it moves through, and how the molcules/atoms/ions moves in reaction. i would also like to know the theory on an exact level, like why the electron latches onto a certain ion. 

    i understand how electricity flows through copper wire to some degree. delocalized electrons on copper atoms freely moves when electron replaces it 

    i will let you know if your explanation is satisfactory or not
    Update: i might provide my own explanation how it works

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