I'm doing an experiment requiring immense pressures. Since I do not have access to a pump that can create these pressures I settled on something different...
Instead of using a pump I want to utilize the expansion ratio from liquid to gas of a particular element; liquid Neon. Neon has the highest expansion ratio of all known substances, by a factor of 1:1445!
I was wondering, if I put liquid Neon in a container with a given volume, seal it, and then heat it above Neon's boiling point (not very hard as Neon's boiling point is 27.104 K) what would happen to the pressure once the Neon has expanded by a factor of 1:1445? How much liquid Neon would I need to achieve a certain pressure with a container of a given volume? Would the increased pressures have any effect on the boiling point of the Neon?
I'm assuming the ideal gas laws apply, but if they don't let me know!