The following data are obtained by performing the experiment
Initial boiling point of the product = 54^{0}C
Volume percent distilled 
Temperature ^{0}C

10 
65 
15 
69 
20 
74 
25 
78.5 
30 
83.5 
35 
90 
40 
94.5 
45 
100 
50 
104.5 
55 
109 
60 
114 
65 
119.5 
70 
125.5 
75 
133 
80 
141.5 
85 
155 
90 
173 
92 
150 
Final boiling point of the product = 173^{0}C
Volume distilled = 92 ml
Residue left = 2 ml
Evaporated = 6 ml
A plot of volume percent distilled and temperature can be plotted as shown below:
Discussions :
1.The boiling range gives the information on the composition ,the properties and the behaviour of the fuel during storage and use.
2.The distillation characteristics of hydrocarbons have an important efffect on their safety and performance.
3. Volatility is the major determinant of the tendency of a hydrocarbon mixture to produce potentially explosive vapour.
Applicable literature :
A comparison between indian gasoline specification for BS  IV and our experimental result is given below :

Our result 
BS  IV 
IBP (^{0}C) 
54 
38 
FBP (^{0}C) 
173 
210 
Residue (ml) 
2 
2 
Recovery upto (70^{0}C) 
1015 
1045 
Recovery upto (100^{0}C) 
75 
70 
Finally we can also convert out ASTM data obtained from the experiment into TBP data as follows :
1. Firstly a probability chart is plotted on which all points connecting IBP, ASTM 10 %, ASTM 20 %…… ASTM end point shall lie on a straight line. In other words, knowing any two ASTM temperatures at any two volume % values, the entire ASTM data for the product can be
estimated.
Table 1 :ASTM‐TBP correlation data from Edmister method.
Table 2: End point correlation data . Data sets represent fractions whose cut point starts at 200 oF TBP or lower (Set A); 300 oF (Set B); 400 oF (Set C); 500 oF (Set D).
2. The ASTM temperatures of the product can be converted to the TBP using Edmister correlation table 1 given in the next tab (Expt calc 2).
3.It is assumed that the 50 % TBP of the crude matches with the 50 % TBP point of the products. Eventually, the 50 % ASTM can be converted to obtain 50 % TBP point for the products (other than the residue).