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This subclass of nucleophilic substitution occurs when the nucleophile (HS–) attacks the alkene instead of the saturated carbon – the SN2′ mechanism. This is the due to the saturated carbon being hindered (it is a secondary carbon), making the regular SN2 mechanism less favourable.
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