When I use inert electrodes for a solution of Copper (ii) sulfate. So the oxidation at the anode is OH- while reduction at the cathode is the copper ions. However, what will happen if I continue the experiment? There is a definite amount of sulfate so does the hydroxide oxidise until the amount of H+ is two lines of the sulfate cos the formula is H2SO4. Then once this criteria is met the creation ends. This seems very complicate to determine what will happen if I leave it on. So in exams or tests will they ask you such questions? Thanks for all the help!