Why small, highly charged metal ions are able to undergo hydrolysis has to be explained
Salt hydrolysis is a reaction in which the ion of salt reacts with water and produce either hydronium ion or hydroxide ion.
For Example: The dissociation of salt gives and ions. The ions of reacts with water and produce hydroxide ions, which affects the pH of the solution.
To Explain: Why small, highly charged metal ions are able to undergo hydrolysis