Entropy: the Mathematical Description of Inevitable Disorder

Today, I shall talk about one of the most interesting aspects of thermodynamic law: the concept of entropy. Entropy is simply a measure of the energy in a system that is not available to perform useful work. It is the reason why machines are not considered completely efficient. For example, entropy in your body is all … Continue reading »

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