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Triethylamine tris(hydrogen fluoride) (b. p. 5 mbar) does not etch glass and can be handled in ordinary glassware even at elevated temperatures. A more recent development, more acidic variants of “tamed HF”, are HF–dialkyl ether complexes such as Me2O p 2HF . As a result of these developments, in preparative fluoroorganic chemistry there usually is no longer any need to use anhydrous hydrofluoric acid. This most hazardous reagent can usually be replaced by some kind of “tamed HF” with customtailored acidity and nucleophilicity.
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