Saturation Change With Temperature MET

Saturated Mixing Ratio or Saturated Vapour pressure both represent the amount of water vapour the air can hold (not how much it is holding at a given time.) This amount increases, exponentially, with temperature - warm air can hold a lot more water vapour than cold air.

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How does Saturation Mixing Ratio change with increasing temperature?
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