Use of relative pronoun, where, in which, wherein

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I feel difficulty to use relative pronoun, where, in which and wherein.

 

In the following case:

 

The level of water increases in the proposed model, *** the absorption coefficient is set to be 0.05.

 

Which should I put in the blank ***?

I am a non-native speaker, so hard to understand the difference.

grammar asked Oct 17 '13 at 03:19 Korphy New member

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