# Does salt hydrolysis takes place in buffer solution? [closed]

I am a bit confused whether hydrolysis of salt takes place in buffer solutions because the books which I read doesnt consider them.But I think since weak base or weak acid salt is present hydrolysis should take place.

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They interact with $$\ce{H2O, H+, OH- }$$ according to their respective equilibrium constants and $$\mathrm{pH}$$ of solution, that determine the concentration ratio of the respective conjugated acid/base pairs.