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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello, I am trying to understand the maths/physics/chemistry behind this situation. Here is the scenario. I have 8 grams of pressurized N2O in a cylinder at 60 bar/ 900 psi. If the temperature stays constant (let's say 50-70°C, or at a temperature where the N2O can stay as pressurized as possible) what is the maximum distance (on the Y axis... I am trying to go up not sideways) the cylinder could go up. With accounting as less weight as possible (0.5Kg for say or less).

Also if possible would anyone know the expected/guess time it would take for it to reach that distance?

I know this might sound complex or not depending who you are. I am just trying to find the height this tiny cylinder could reach up and after time want to increase the cylinder size, however if I understand the basics or know how to calculate the basics I can self teach myself. Thank you for any help. Also the hole where the N2O would be exiting would be 1 mm by 1 mm big. As this should give a strong air flow of N2O leaving the cylinder.

Also if possible would anyone know the expected/guess time it would take for it to reach that distance?

I know this might sound complex or not depending who you are. I am just trying to find the height this tiny cylinder could reach up and after time want to increase the cylinder size, however if I understand the basics or know how to calculate the basics I can self teach myself. Thank you for any help. Also the hole where the N2O would be exiting would be 1 mm by 1 mm big. As this should give a strong air flow of N2O leaving the cylinder.