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Materials are classified as conductors, insulators, or semiconductors according to their electric conductivity. The classifications can be understood in atomic terms. Electrons in an atom can have only certain well defined energies and depending on their energies, the electrons are said to occupy particular energy levels.
I think because the ions go and connect slowly to electrodes, and when there are no ions in the liquid, the current will stop.
Current in gases and liquids generally consists of a flow of positive ions in one direction together with a flow of negative ions in the
opposite direction. ... Current in semiconductors consists of the motion of holes in the conventional direction and electrons in the opposite direction.

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