The activity of Lewis acids in the reaction of hydrogen exchange of tert-alkyl chlorides in acetic acid depends on the ability of the Lewis acids to complete their valence shells with atoms of chlorine from tert-alkyl chlorides, which leads to ionization of the carbon-halogen bond.
Change in acidity of the medium due to formation of complex acids in the reaction of Lewis acids with acetic acid had subordinate value in the reaction of hydrogen exchange under these conditions.
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Setkina, V.N., Kursanov, D.N. The reaction of isotopic exchange of hydrogen with alkyl halides. Russ Chem Bull 10, 617–621 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00909132
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