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    Use "s" with excess

    Hi,

    I've got one stupid question. Which one of the following sentences is correct?

    1)Excess of silicon in cement increase setting time.

    or

    2) Excess of silicon in cement increaseS setting time.

    Thanks

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    Re: Use "s" with excess

    Quote Originally Posted by naviobb View Post
    Hi,

    I've got one stupid question. Which one of the following sentences is correct?

    1)Excess of silicon in cement increase setting time.

    or

    2) Excess of silicon in cement increaseS setting time.

    Thanks
    2) is correct.

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