warpedkitten
  • warpedkitten
Which process or processes produce an increase in entropy? i only ii and iii iii only i and iii
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Photon336
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Entropy is defined as randomness, this means like how much disorder there is. The universe tends towards disorder, second law of thermodynamics helps us to explain this ; best way to explain this is that imagine your room. You need to put energy into cleaning it but after a while as you come and go it gets naturally dirty and disorganized. You need to put in energy to make something more ordered well.. Generally Let's take a look at our three common states of matter. A solid; the atoms are all organized and ordered. Liquid; there are still intermolecular forces meaning attractions between molecules but the molecules can flow, and are more disordered Gas: the gas molecules have overcome their inter molecular forces, and move around more freely than in the liquid phase. Generally entropy increases So it's Solid

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