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Like the related Arndt-Eistert reaction, this reactions proceeds through a diazoketone intermediate (5). The loss of nitrogen to gives the desired haloketone (2).
The synthesis of benzyl chloromethyl ketone from phenylacetyl chloride  in fact requires the addition of HCl gas to the diazoketone intermediate for it to succeed. The unassisted reaction failed.
One original 1924 Nierenstein reaction:
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