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Sentence Correction: Parts of Speech - Articles

The electron cloud model was conceived by Richard Feynman in an attempt to accurately depict the probability density of an electron as it occupies the space surrounding the nucleus of an atom or molecule.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect because it uses an incorrect preposition. The correct idiom is: conceived by.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect because it uses an incorrect preposition. The correct idiom is: in an attempt.

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and commits a Parts of Speech error. A singular count noun must be preceded by an article. In this answer choice, however, the noun electron is preceded by a preposition (of).

This answer choice is grammatically incorrect and commits a Parts of Speech error. An adjective should be used to describe a noun. In this answer choice, the adjective accurate is used to describe a verb. An adverb should be used to describe a verb.

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This answer choice refrains from committing any grammatical errors by using the appropriate prepositions and parts of speech.

The electron cloud model was conceived by Richard Feynman in an attempt to accurately depict the probability density of an electron as it occupies the space surrounding the nucleus of an atom or molecule
The electron cloud model was conceived from Richard Feynman in an attempt to accurately depict the probability density of electrons as they occupy the space surrounding the nucleus of an atom or molecule
In an attempt to accurately depict the probability density of electron as it occupies the space that surrounds the nucleus of an atom or molecule, Richard Feynman conceived the electron cloud model
For an attempt to accurately depict the probability density of an electron as it occupies the space surrounding the nucleus of an atom or molecule, Richard Feynman conceived the electron cloud model
In an attempt to depict accurate the probability density of an electron as it occupies the space surrounding the nucleus of an atom or molecule, Richard Feynman conceived the electron cloud model