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Air can contain a certain amount of water vapor molecules.

I want to know that which any other non-hazardous gas can adsorb very more amount of water vapor molecules?

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The air is not a sponge.

The maximum amount of gaseous water in a volume is just the saturation pressure (the vapor pressure) of water.

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At 100 C the curve passes 760 torr = 1 atmosphere.

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