Hi, I am in grade 12 and this will be my last piece (and most important) of chemistry assessment. For this assigment we need to choose a quantitative experiment (ie. determining fluroide content in toothpaste, or a wine analysis etc) and then do introductory research on the background chemistry, perform an experiment and also talk about it's real life implications. I am desperate to find a QUANTITATIVE experiment (preferably using the data obtained to compare products and comment on their relative effectiveness) which will get me a high mark (meaning that it has a lot of chemistry involved - possibly titrations etc. tonnes of background information, and quite relevant to society today). So far I have done experiments on alcohols as fuels, water quality and fermentation and have found that since these topics are so broad I have been able to achieve well in them, because there is a lot of chemistry to talk about. So anyway, please if you have any ideas or suggestions on a really good QUANTITATIVE chemsitry experiment (which I could use to compare products of some kind) that would be great! Also, I go to a small school and we don't have any fancy equipment like spectrometers or anything, so I could only use standard materials and equipment that could be bought. Thankyou!