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I want to explain a situation that happened in my results using an example.

If I say my idea as follows;

For example, because of merging of two segments shown in yellow colour in Fig. 8, disappearing of a relation (or graph edge) relevant to the vanished segment and creation of an incorrect relation with unrealistic adjacencies occurred.

My question is, can I use "because of" just after "for example" and explain like above?

any assistance please.

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I would say there's nothing wrong with using "because of" just after "for example," but I feel the whole sentence would flow better if you used active voice:

For example, the merging of two segments shown in yellow colour in Fig. 8 caused the disappearance of a relation (or graph edge) relevant to the vanished segment, and the creation of an incorrect relation with unrealistic adjacencies.

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