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cigogne

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Persian
Hi,

"An increase of the propane mole ratio and consequently the reductive gas density under non-thermal plasma condition decreased the NOx concentration in the reactor outlet."

By using "consequently" I want to say that the reductive gas density is also increased. Does the sentence communicate the meaning?

Thanks!
 
  • Askalon

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    English (US)
    Yes, I think so. I don't understand all of the technical terminology, but you can say "An increase in Thing A and consequently Thing B decreased the Thing C," which seems to be the basic structure of the sentence. It means that the reductive gas density increased as a result of the increase in the propane mole ratio, so if that's what you're trying to say, then "consequently" works fine.
     
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