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Steady one-dimensional heat conduction takes place across the faces $1$ and $3$ of a composite slab consisting of slabs $A$ and $B$ in perfect contact as shown in the figure, where $k_A$ , $k_B$ denote the respective thermal conductivities. Using the data as given in the figure, the interface temperature $T_2$ (in $^\circ C$) is __________

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