Electronic games, much of which can be powerful instructional tools, are becoming more and more prevalent with the proliferation of computers in schools.

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    grammarist.com/usage/many-much Commented Feb 3, 2019 at 23:55

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It is not normal because the antecedent of "which" is "games", which is plural; so selecting from them requires the countable term "many", rather than the uncountable "much".

So, "many of which" would be more normal.


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