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is correct. The sentence is about "those elements" and would be "those elements, it shall be done....". The bit starting "which are..." is a qualifier for the elements.
So, to steal from Rowan Atkinson, you could use a similarly constructed sentence to illustrate:
(This sentence is not a correct sentence, but it's from a comedy sketch). The sentence starts of with the aunt, qualifies it to say he lives with her and then moves on to discuss the budgie.
The sentence, grammatically correct is
(Whole sketch can be found on a "Not The Nine O'Clock News compilation).
thank you, it helps
and the other 2 sentences, might they too be correct or wrong?
You should provide more complete sentences with a bit of context too. That way you'll get the best possible answer. You have to realize that in many cases context is important, and in all cases the whole sentence is very important.