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Due to the strong affinity between oxygen and phosphorous, the lone pair attacks the phosphorous cation leaving an amide anion. The amide anion then removes the acidic proton from the oxyphosphonium ion to form the product.
T. Y. S. But and P. Toy, Chem. - An Asian J., 2007, 2, 1340–1355.
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