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An attempt at synthesizing a certain optically active compound resulted in a mixture of its enantiomers. The mixture had an observed specific rotation of +12.6°. If it is known that the specific rotation of the R enantiomer is -36.7°, determine the percentage of each isomer in the mixture.
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