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The structure of all of them was proved by X-ray analysis. One of these, 1,2,3-dithiazole 49, can be obtained by spontaneous transformation of phosphinimine 161 (Equation 46). ð46Þ Reaction of N-sulfinyl derivative 162 with oxiranes in the presence of a catalyst such as Et4NBr and LiCl or LiBr gave the cyclocondensation products – 1,2,3-oxathiazolidines 163 (Equation 47) <1996JFC49>. 1,2-Oxa/thia-3-azoles ð47Þ Reaction of 2-dialkylaminoazirines 164 with N-sulfonylalkylamines 165, prepared in situ from sulfamoylchlorides and triethylamine, gave 1,2,3-oxathiazoles 166 (Scheme 31) <1996J(P1)1629>.