Electrolytes are substances that form ions in a solution that conduct an electric current. E.g., Sodium chloride, Copper sulfate, and Potassium nitrate.
Non-electrolytes, on the other hand, are neutral molecules in solution. Their water solutions do not conduct an electric current. E.g., Sugar, alcohol, and glycerol.
Download Conductometry Notes consisting of Principle, Mechanism of electrolysis, Conductometric Titrations, Titrations of Strong acid and Strong base, Titration of a Weak acid against a Strong alkali, Titration of a Strong acid against a Weak base, Titration of a Weak acid against a Weak base and Applications of Conddtometric Titrations.