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Acid rain and snow result from the chemical reactions

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Acid rain and snow result from the chemical reactions [#permalink] New post 06 Sep 2005, 06:28
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Acid rain and snow result from the chemical reactions between industrial emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides with atmospheric water vapor to produce highly corrosive sulfuric and nitric acids.

(A) with atmospheric water vapor to produce highly corrosive sulfuric and nitric acids
(B) with atmospheric water vapor producing highly corrosive sulfuric and nitric acids
(C) and atmospheric water vapor which has produced highly corrosive sulfuric and nitric acids
(D) and atmospheric water vapor which have produced sulfuric and nitric acids which are highly corrosive
(E) and atmospheric water vapor to produce highly corrosive sulfuric and nitric acids
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Sep 2005, 11:29
I will go with E because:

The question stem uses idiom Between A and B with C. The correct idiom, here, would be "between A and B and C" (guess it should be among A, B and C but since "between" is not underlined its supposed to be correct).

B. Incorrect. Same error as underlined portion of question sentence(betweek A and B with C)

C. "which has produced" is wrong here. remember the rule (see SC tips sticky post in this forum):
this, which, that, and other pronouns MUST replace nouns, not sentences.

D. same as C

E. Corrects idiom without introducing new error.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Sep 2005, 05:50
OA is E.
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2005, 05:09
correct idiom here is between X and Y..
Here X - industrial emissions....
and Y - atmospheric water vapor ...

I will go with E
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