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In 2000, Joseph found that sodium salt emitted penetrating radiations

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In 2000, Joseph found that sodium salt emitted penetrating radiations similar to those which Iron produced only a year earlier with a new technology.

a. similar to those which Iron
b. like those which iron
c. similar to those that iron had
d. similar to them that iron
e. similar to those iron

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In 2000, Joseph found that sodium salt emitted penetrating radiations similar to those which Iron produced only a year earlier with a new technology.

a. similar to those which Iron
b. like those which iron
c. similar to those that iron had
d. similar to them that iron
e. similar to those iron

(If it's mentioned in the question that the iron produced the radiation a year earlier then is it important to add had after Iron to emphasize that it happened in the past.)
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request you to share official explanation of this question. Also will you please share the source of the question?
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In 2000, Joseph found that sodium salt emitted penetrating radiations similar to those which Iron produced only a year earlier with a new technology.

Bold portion is already time indicator so need of past perfect here. According to my explanation C should not be an answer.

C is most attractive choice if above mentioned rule is circumvented.
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request you to share official explanation of this question. Also will you please share the source of the question?[/quote]

Hi,

The official explanation says- to refer to the past incident of the experiment on iron one has to use past participle form, therefore, the answer is Choice C. (Source- Explanation from Barrons. however, I have made this question myself from a similar question in Barrons).
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