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Thank you very much for your reply. I had seen before that when I set the verbosity high (to 4 as you suggest) that muMsc is invoked at each step (along with Transp, muIoni, muBrem, muPairProd). I suppose what I don't understand is what is meant by 'invoked'. My understanding of it was that these listed processes were called on as possible candidates for the process during that step but that only the step-limiting process was the one to occur. Your comment definitely suggests that this is the wrong way to look at it.
Could you clarify this for me a little bit? Or even point to a place in the user manual (or other literature) where I could find an explanation?
Thank you again!
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