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1 Nucleophilic Fluorination Because of the low nucleophilicity of the fluoride ion, nucleophilic fluorination is not very easy. The reaction conditions and the reagent are, however, sufficiently mild to produce unstable compounds. 4). The N-haloimines obtained are potentially unstable compounds . 4 Although direct nucleophilic addition is limited because of the low nucleophilicity of the fluoride ion, a palladium-catalyzed reaction enables the weak nucleophile to participate the addition reaction.
Thiazole and its derivatives by Metzger J.V. (ed.)