CH4(g) + H2O(g) CO(g) + 3H2(g)
At high temperature the entropy increase.
SO2Cl2(g) --> SO2(g) + Cl2(g) ap3x answer
A gas typically increases the entropy much more than the increase in moles.
The products becoming more spread out.
In a nutshell, yes. The water will go from a higher concentration to a lower concentration to increase the entropy of the lower concentration area. The increase in entropy of the lower concentration area would be greater than the loss of entropy of the higher concentration giving you a NET increase in total entropy.
The types of reaction that would decrease the entropy within a cell is dehydration reactions. A chemical reaction that has a positive delta G is correctly described as endergonic.
CH4g + H2Og COg + 2H2g
Entropy is a thermodynamic property dealing with disorder. For example, a gas would have a higher entropy than a solid, because the molecules are more disordered. Entropy, along with enthalpy, can be used to determine the spontaneity of a reaction.
Adding a catalyst will increase the rate of a particular reaction.
An example of a reaction that would result in decreased entropy is a dehydration reaction.
It increases; more freely moving particles.
The products becoming more ordered than the reactants
endothermic, increasing entropy