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FC(O)H was first reported in the 1934. Among the many preparations, a typical one involves the reaction of sodium formate with benzoyl fluoride (generated in situ from KHF2 and benzoyl chloride):
The molecule is planar; C-O and C-F distances are 1.18 and 1.34 A, respectively.
Benzene (and other arenes) react with formyl fluoride in the presence of boron trifluoride to give benzaldehyde. In a related reaction, formyl chloride is implicated in Gattermann-Koch formylation reaction. The reaction of formyl fluoride/BF3 with perdeuteriobenzene (C6D6) exhibits a kinetic isotope effect of 2.68, similar to the isotope effect observed in Friedel-Crafts acetylation of benzene. Formylation of benzene with a mixture of CO and hexafluoroantinomic acid however, exhibits no isotope effect (C6H6 and C6D6 react at the same rate), indicating that this reaction involves a more reactive formylating agent, possibly CHO+.
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