Entropy is also related to temperature higher temperature means more "randomness/ disordered state"
Also entropy increases as you go from solid
Am I wrong then?
I am confused now as to whether it would be B or C.
The difference between b and C is your temperature
If your temperature goes up you would expect a higher entropy Why? Because TdeltaS would get bigger in your Gibbs free energy equation. Also as temperature increases your average kinetic energy of particles does as well.
Knowing that what would be the answer?
@Photon336 B would be correct, not C?
A cup of water at 50 degrees has the least order and compactness as its molecules are in constant motion colliding each other with very high kinetic energy and hence due to its highest randomness among all, it has the largest entropy among others.
It is B, B has the least amount of order out of all the options and therefore has the highest entropy
Ok thank you all, I understand now, I misread one of the responses at first.