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laephy

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Is the use of "like" in the following sentence correct:


We are interested to know how the dynamical properties of the polymers will be affected by the confinement walls on both the transport and separation process like for the case of hard spheres.
 

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...process [STRIKE]like for[/STRIKE] as in the case of hard spheres.
 
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