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A substitution reaction occurs when an atom (or group of atoms) is replaced by another atom (or group of atoms). This kind of reaction is common in organic molecules with a leaving group and a nucleophile that replaces the leaving group in the reaction. Because Dr. Lavelle went over it in class, I would assume it is a good thing to know just in case it comes up as part of one of the questions on the final.
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