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By pressing a tiny amount of nitrogen between two diamonds to a pressure of 25 million pounds per square inch, scientists not only were able to transform the gas into a solid, but they also created a semiconductor similar to silicon.

(A) not only were able to transform the gas into a solid, but they also created -- Not only X , but also Y -- parallelism issue -- they in part after that
(B) not only were able to transform the gas into a solid but also creating -- parallelism issue
(C) were able not only to transform the gas into a solid but to create - Correct
(D) were able not only to transform the gas into a solid but also creating -- parallelism issue
(E) were not only able to transform the gas into a solid, but they were also able to create -- parallelism issue -- they in the part after but
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