I learnt that with the increase of concentration, conductance of tr electrolyte decreases. While looking for the reason I found in my textbook that if concentration increase, amount of ions increases too. And for that ion-ion interaction gets a bit increased and lowers the speed of individual ions. Opposite thing occurs in case of dilute electrolyte solution.
But why is speed of ions even a matter here for concentrated solution? If the solution is concentrated, then availability of ions near electrodes increases a lot which means electrodes get a lot of charges to transfer from one to another a lot more than in dilute condition. That is current increases.
Can anyone please explain why does conductance really decreasd for increased concentration?