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S^2-(aq)+HCl(aq)--> Cl^1-(aq)+HS^1-(aq)

Match the species to its identity as a Bronsted-Lowry acid, base, conjugate acid or conjugate base.

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    Bronsted-Lowry says acid is proton donor and base is proton acceptor. Which one gained the proton. Looks like S^2- to me since it goes to HS^-.

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