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

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咚了个咚

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Hi,

The context is as follow:
The environmental impact flows of the syntheses of LiFe[SUB]0.98[/SUB]Mn[SUB]0.02[/SUB]PO[SUB]4[/SUB]/C and LiFe[SUB]0.98[/SUB]Ti[SUB]0.02[/SUB]PO[SUB]4[/SUB]/C are diagrammed in Fig. 3 and Fig. 4, with the corresponding EI[SUB]m[/SUB] of each material is labelled in the material box.

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

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

咚了个咚;954569 said:
The environmental impact flows of the syntheses of LiFe[SUB]0.98[/SUB]Mn[SUB]0.02[/SUB]PO[SUB]4[/SUB]/C and LiFe[SUB]0.98[/SUB]Ti[SUB]0.02[/SUB]PO[SUB]4[/SUB]/C are diagrammed in Fig. 3 and Fig. 4, with the corresponding EI[SUB]m[/SUB] of each material [STRIKE]is[/STRIKE] 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.:mrgreen:
 
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