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I believe Professor Lavelle said in lecture that we will only be using the pre-equilibrium approach to solve problems. He mentioned the steady state approximation to make us familiar with it because it is a method that is more commonly used in the textbook.
The steady state is a much more complicated method compared to preequilibrium and therefore we won’t be required to know if for the class, preequilibrium gives us sufficient accuracy for the scope of the class
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