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Fluoride Ion-Induced Reactions Fluoride ion-catalyzed polyfluoroalkylation is a powerful method for introducing R, groups into polyfluoroazaaromatics. Trichloro-l,2,3-triazine is such a reactive system that fluorination and polyfluoroalkylation Sec. B] ADVANCES IN FLUOROHETEROCYCLIC CHEMISTRY 21 can be carried out simultaneously. Compound (33)formed an observable anion with CsF, an observation of practical value, since KF, which did not, led to a mixture of products. Product (34)is unusual. It was the only product when the reaction was carried out at higher temperatures and is a rare example of nucleophilic attack on a ring N.