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Electrons, elementary particles that exist in orbitals around the positively charged nucleus of an atom, seem similar in many ways to ordinary particles however exhibiting surprising wave-like characteristics.


(A) seem similar in many ways to ordinary particles however exhibiting

(B) are to ordinary particles very similar however exhibit

(C) are in many ways similar to ordinary particles that have been known to exhibit

(D) seem similar in many ways to ordinary particles which exhibit

(E) are in many ways similar to ordinary particles but also exhibit

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Electrons, elementary particles that exist in orbitals around the positively charged nucleus of an atom, seem similar in many ways to ordinary particles however exhibiting surprising wave-like characteristics.

(A) seem similar in many ways to ordinary particles however exhibiting

(B) are to ordinary particles very similar however exhibit

(C) are in many ways similar to ordinary particles that have been known to exhibit

(D) seem similar in many ways to ordinary particles which exhibit

(E) are in many ways similar to ordinary particles but also exhibit



A. The sentence requires a contrast , the usage of however in A is fine , but exhibiting is incorrectly modifying ordinary particles
B. are to ordinary particles very similar is an awkwardly constructed phrase ,can be done in a better way
C. the essential modifier "that" is incorrectly modifying ordinary particles
D. the non essential modifier "which" is incorrectly modifying ordinary particles + a comma is missing before "which"
E . Is correct, but correctly shows a contrast

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