The salt of strong acid and strong base does not undergo hydrolysis. Explain.

In this case, neither the cations nor the anion undergoes hydrolysis. Therefore, the solution remains neutral.

For example: in the aqueous solution of NaCl, its ions Na+ and Cl ions have no tendency to react with H+ or OH ions of water. This is because the possible products of such reaction are NaOH and HCl, which are they completely dissociated. As a result, there is no change in the concentration of H+ and OH ions and hence the solution continues to remain neutral.

Category: Ionic Equilibria

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  1. Drona says:

    This solution do not hydrolyze in pH 5,7,9. What does this mean? Does it mean it’s stable? Please help.

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