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The reaction of substituted carboxylic acid amides with a variety of halogenating agents, such as phosphorus pentachloride, phosphorus pentabromide, thionyl chloride, and carbonyl chloride, produces imidoyl halides or iminium halides, depending upon the structure of the amide. For example, a monosubstituted carboxylic acid amide can react with carbonyl chloride to produce the imidoyl chloride I, or its hydrochloride II, if R’ is aliphatic.

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