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Also, this molecule is not likely to gain more protons because of its stability so it cannot be a Bronsted base (proton acceptor). If you look at the conjugate base SO3]2- this is a stable anion with resonance. It is a conjugate base of a strong acid which will completely dissociate in water and give all its protons, creating a high concentration of H30+ ions which makes the pH low, which also tells that it's very acidic.
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