Actually, none. Each different planet developed differently producing the atmosphere they have. Physical planet size and distance from the sun plays a major roll.
Past events like meteor strikes change the game. Rotational period is involved. So is axis tilt.
Mars for example has a far weaker magnetosphere so its mostly CO2 atmosphere is at the mercy of solar winds.
Venus being much closer to the sun, just too hot and green house gasses dominate its atmosphere.
Jupiter is massive compared to earth, Its greater gravity holds a lot of gasses in a very dense state, likely liquefying at the surface matter. Saturn, not a whole lot different. Very cold there.
Long extinct vegetation shows Earth at one time had a very dense atmosphere, much more oxygen and humidity, just right for the vegetation to grow. That vegetation could not survive our atmosphere today, neither could the dinosaurs.
Too many scientific journals.