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Does the entropy of a system stays the same over time?
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Due to inertia and non-conflict an ineffective coordination prevails thus there will be gradual decline in the organisational health and thus entropy is triggered in the organ…isation.
They break down
its a sedimentary rock and contains grains
that is not a full question if it was does entropy involve losing energy ever time, then yes
The entropy of a system cannot decrease unless heat is leaving it. This means that if the system is closed (i.e. nothing gets in or out - and that means absolutely nothing) …then entropy cannot decrease, therefore it must stay constant or increase. If the system is open (movement between the system and its surroundings is possible) then entropy can decrease, increase or stay constant; both leave the possibility of staying constant.
Fundamentally, if the entropy of a system increases, that means that the energy of the system ("normalized" to , i.e., divided by the temperature of the system) has become mor…e "dispersed" or "dilute". For instance, if a system increases its volume at constant energy and temperature, then the energy per unit temperature is now more "dilute", being spread over a larger volume. All spontaneous processes result in a "dilution" or "spreading out" of the energy of the universe. The more dilute the energy of a system is (the higher the entropy of that system) the harder is is to harness that energy to do useful work. Another useful way of thinking about entropy is to consider it as a measure of the amount of information needed to completely specify the state of a system. Ultimately, this means how much information is needed to specify the positions and momenta of every particle in the system.
It is a reversible reaction
There is at least one non spontaneous reactions occuring in the particular system. So someone or something has to shred energy in order to continue the procedure.
The entropy of a closed system increases, or remains the same. False
Entropy is a synonym for the tendency for a system to tend toward disorder. The loss of energy over time is called entropy.
No, because wind will erode the sand. This deforms dunes over time. The eroded sand will eventually be deposited to make more dunes, though.