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Generally, if non-electrolyte is in liquid state, you could add a strong electrolyte so that it can conduct electricity. For instance, pure water or aqueous solutions of pure organic compounds (except acids and organic salts) behave as non-electrolytes because of their inability to conduct electricity. If you add a little salt or strong acid (like 1ml per litre) it starts conducting electricity because of dissociation of ions.