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    Talking has the advantage over...


    Could anyon explain to me the meaning of the sentence below:

    This has the advantage over the processes using ether complexes of BF that decomposition is not a problem...


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    Re: has the advantage over...

    In processes using ether complexes of BF, decomposition is a problem (I guess it means decomposition does occur, but that it is not desirable). On the other hand, this (whatever it is) method does not use ether complexes and it either stops decomposition or, if decomposition does occur, it is not a problem (for whatever reason: decomposition is expected and the method can deal with it, for instance).
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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