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Studies conducted at Excelmine lab to explore how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention of several other major research centers.
A. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
B. whether plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with one another or not, without having to move around each other, have yielded results of interest and attracted the attention
C. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another or not, without having to move around one other, has yielded interesting results and have attracted the attention
D. how plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with one another, without having to move around each other, have yielded interesting results and attracted the attention
E. whether plasma particles in groups or in pairs interact with each another, without having to move around one other, have yielded results of interest and have attracted the attention


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Re: SC8 [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2010, 08:59
D for me.

''one another" is used for a group of more than 2 people or things and we need "have" for plural "Studies".

that leaves B and D.

B is wronf for awkward "whether or not"
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Re: SC8 [#permalink] New post 11 Jun 2010, 03:26
IMO D.

Studies....how...with one another...have...

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