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Benzene is removed from air by absorbing it n a non-volatile wash-oil at $100$ $kPa$ in a counter- current gas absorber. Gas flow rate is $100$ mol/min , which includes $2$ mol/min of benzene. The flow rate of wash-oil is $50$ mol/min. Vapor pressure of benzene at the column conditions is $50$ kPa. Benzene forms an ideal solution with the wash-oil and the column is operating at steady state. Gas phase can be assumed to follow ideal gas law. Neglect the change in molar flow rates of liquid and gas phases inside the column.

For this process, the value of the absorption factor (up to two decimal places) is ___________.
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