A bimolecular nuclephilic substitution (SN2) is
a) a two-step process in which a bond is broken, then a new bond is formed, and there is inversion of configuration.
b) a two-step process in which a bond is broken, then a new bond is formed, and there is retention of configuration.
c) a one-step process with inversion of configuration.
d) a one-step process with retention of configuration.
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