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If AlCl, is not employed as a catalyst, attack is favored in the 2 position when chlorination is attempted, although bromination and iodination still occur in the 1 position; B,H,, is attacked by Br, at 258 K over 12-18 h to yield 2-BrB,Hg, while attack of F, or C1, is extremely violent8. Detailed methods for the preparation of halogenated boranes may be foundg. Electrophilic halogenations are very stereospecific in the carboranes in which the negative charge is usually greatest on the boron atoms farthest away from the skeletal carbon atoms.