Entropy is the measure of system randomness.
Entropy is a measure of the randomness in a system.
Yes, it is.
entropy is the measure of randomness of particles higher is randomness higher is the entropy so solids have least entropy due to least randomness.
Entropy - symbol S is a measure of randomness or disorder of particles. Gases have the highest disorder or randomness and hence the highest entropy.
Yes, changed in entropy refer to changed in mechanical motion. Entropy is a measure of the number of specific ways in which a thermodynamic system may be arranged, commonly understood as a measure of disorder.
This is called entropy.
Because the gases loose entropy. Entropy is the measure of ranodom particle movement.
Assuming this is a chemistry question... The entropy of the system increases, as entropy is considered a measure of randomness of a chemical system. The universe favors entropy increases.
the disorder or randomness of the particles of a system
entropy is a measure of disorder entropy increases for example from solid --> liquid or liquid --> gas or solid --> gas or liquid --> aqueous when the particles become more "free" and there are more spaces between them that means that the entropy has increased
Entropy refers to a measurement used in thermodynamics. This measure is usually represented by an "S" and is usually used for measuring disorders.
entropy is the measure of disorder in a system having direct relation with heat because it tells about the availability of heat more heat require to do useful work more is the entropy and having inverse relation with temperature because temperature tells the measure of agitation in an atoms of system that entropy is going to be measured.
The physicist's term for a measure of messiness is "entropy", or occasionally, "indefinite solutions".