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T. CF3ZnBr·2CH3CN OAc O AcO AcO O F AcO OAc OAc AcO AcO F OAc OAc O AcO Br O AcO AcO AcO 88% + AcO AcO O O F AcO CH3 [CF2ZnBr·2CH3CN]+F- Synthesis of a variety of glycosyl fluorides by Lewis acid-assisted nucleophilic substitution of the corresponding bromides. The trifluoromethylzinc bromide bis(acetonitrile) complex acts as the fluoride source and electrophilic catalyst at the same time [46]. 16 Glycosyl fluorides [47] are among the most versatile building blocks in modern carbohydrate and glycoconjugate chemistry [48].

2. Amine–Hydrogen Fluoride and Ether–Hydrogen Fluoride Reagents Hydrofluoric acid itself is one of the most hazardous reagents used in fluorine chemistry, possibly more so than elemental fluorine itself. 5 hC) and its topical and systemic toxicity in combination with its local anesthetizing effect. 20). 5 F-H F H F H F H F H-F F H F H F H F H H F H F H F H F N + Postulated structures of strongly associated amine-HF reagents. Left: 19F NMR studies of pyridine p 9HF (70 % HF–pyridine) indicate a poly(hydrogen fluoride) network with each fluorine surrounded by four hydrogen atoms [55c].

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