Nylon, created wholly out of inorganic chemicals, was the world’s first truly synthetic fiber when it was introduced in 1938.
(A) created wholly out of
(B) wholly created through using
(C) it was created wholly from
(D) which has been created wholly of
(E) out of which it was created from
This is good as it’s written—it’s a well-formed nonessential clause giving you more information about nylon. Which choice did you like better?
Why not B?
“Created through using” is not good syntax. You can say “created with inorganic chemicals” or “created from inorganic chemicals,” but you can’t say “created through using inorganic chemicals.”