Given a closed (air tight) container (Volume $V_0$) held at the room temperature ($T_0$) and pressure ($P_0$). The container contains 100% saturated water vapor with no air (at $T_0$ and $P_0$).
Now assuming the container is compressible (say a balloon whose volume can be changed by applying uniform external force/pressure how does the water vapor inside the container change when we apply external pressure on its surface ($P_1$) and its volume changes ($V_1$).
Assuming the Ideal Gas Law I assume none of the water vapor would condensate with any such change in external pressure and volume or i am missing something?
Edit 1: the container contains no air and no liquid water either. Just water vapor at 100% saturation (whatever its value is at initial room temperature and pressure i.e. $T_0$ and $P_0$).