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The partial molar enthalpy (in $kJ$/mol) of species $1$ in a binary mixture is given by $\bar{h}_{1}=2 -60x_{2}^{2}+100x^{1}x_{2}^{2},$ where $x_{1}$ and $x_{2}$ are the mole fractions of species $1$ and $2$, respectively. The partial molar enthalpy (in $kJ$/mol, rounded off to the first decimal place) of species $1$ at infinite dilution is _________
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