I'm doing a lab design, to determine boiling points of different concentrations of a solution. This is within organic chemistry, so obviously I have to choose an organic compound. The experiment will not be carried out in the lab, we are simply making an instructional lab design.
I thought about using Acetone solutions in my design. Would that work? Or is it better/more realistic with another compound? If so, which ones? Acetone is a dangerous compound, but then again, most organic compounds are flammable.
Another thing is that I am testing different concentrations. I would have to use dilute Acetone solution, and I am opting for three different ones. Does it matter which concentrations I go for? Could I say:
1 mol Acetone
2 mol Acetone
0,03 mol Acetone?
Basically, what range of different concentrations are best to use when doing an experiment like this?
I am in my last year in high school (Norway), and this lab design is being assessed. I just wanna deliver it without being in doubt of whether I did it right or not.
Thanks in advance!