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The average height of the Coulomb-blockade conductance peaks for chaotic elastic scattering is known to increase by a factor of 4/3 upon breaking time-reversal symmetry. We calculate the temperature dependence of this factor in the regime that the inelastic scattering rate Gamma_in is greater than the mean tunneling rate Gamma_el, which itself is less than the mean level spacing Delta. Comparison with recent experimental data by Folk et al. (cond-mat/0008052) demonstrates that Gamma_in liesdoi:10.1103/physrevb.64.033307 fatcat:24g3fssecjhohjtjl2kujyio7e