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    Is it correct to put "with" behind a comma, as in the sentence presented?

    Hi,

    The context is as follow:
    The environmental impact flows of the syntheses of LiFe0.98Mn0.02PO4/C and LiFe0.98Ti0.02PO4/C are diagrammed in Fig. 3 and Fig. 4, with the corresponding EIm of each material is labelled in the material box.

    Is the use of the comma correct or how to restructure this sentence for clarity?

    Thanks for your time.

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    Re: Is it correct to put "with" behind a comma, as in the sentence presented?

    Quote Originally Posted by 咚了个咚 View Post
    The environmental impact flows of the syntheses of LiFe0.98Mn0.02PO4/C and LiFe0.98Ti0.02PO4/C are diagrammed in Fig. 3 and Fig. 4, with the corresponding EIm of each material is labelled in the material box.
    The comma is fine.

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    Re: Is it correct to put "with" behind a comma, as in the sentence presented?

    The comma is the only thing I understood.

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