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Is S^(2-) a conjugate base of a weak acid?

I think it is not as a congugate base grabs a H^+ ion.

am I right?

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  1. Since a conjugate base grabs a H^+, why couldn't this happen.
    S^2- + H^+ ==> HS^- and compounds such s NaHS, KHS, etc are known.

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