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A sparingly soluble gas (solute) is in equilibrium with a solvent at $10$ bar. The mole fraction of the solvent in the gas phase is $0.01$. At the operating temperature and pressure, the fugacity coefficient of the solute in the gas phase and the Henry’s law constant are $0.92$ and $1000$ bar, respectively. Assume that the liquid phase obeys Henry’s law.

The MOLE PERCENTAGE of the solute in the liquid phase, rounded to $2$ decimal places, is ____________.
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