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I would like to know if somebod knows where I could find a corelation to calculate the quantity of water in air at saturation in g/m3.

I know that many equations exist to calculate saturation pressure of water vapor in air as a function of temperature. Using one of these equations and an ideal gas law the quantity of water in air (in kg/m3) could be calculated, but I think that the asumptions for ideal gas law are not valid in my case.

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# Quantity of water in air at saturation

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