Let's say there is a pressure chamber with some sort of sample / specimen (e.g. protein crystal) in it. Now I apply a certain amount of gas pressure, e.g. 10 or 20 atm. Let's say I use xenon as a gas.
I'm wondering what will happen to the temperature inside my chamber - from the ideal gas law you get a reciprocal relationship between temperature and pressure, so given all other things stay the same (i.e. the chamber volume), what is the temperature change / final temperature as seen by my sample? I'd start at room temperature and go from there .. Obviously, the gas is compressed to start with (and has a certain temperature as well).