Similar words: misanthropy, philanthropy, trophy, atrophy, tropical, control, metropolis, introduce. Meaning: n. 1. (communication theory) a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome 2. (thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity representing the amount of energy in a system that is no longer available for doing mechanical work.

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1) They therefore have a higher

*entropy*after mixing.2) The hours slid slowly down the great

*entropy*slope of the universe.3) Should not the

*entropy*change for the reaction therefore be positive-as required by the second law of thermodynamics?4) During this spontaneous process, the

*entropy*of the system therefore increases.5) But how does

*entropy*help us to predict whether a change will take place or not?6) So how do we calculate the

*entropy*change of the surroundings?7) The

*entropy*of gases is much higher than the entropy of solids.8) Thermodynamic

*entropy*draws all chemical reactions down to their minimal energy level.9) The second law requires that the total

*entropy*of a system and its surroundings increases during a spontaneous process.10) The

*entropy*density is constant ahead of the shock.11) The standard heat capacity,

*entropy*,[http://sentencedict.com/entropy.html] sublimation enthalpy of graphite.12) They can adopt conformations which lead to maximum

*entropy*.13) In the business world,

*entropy*rules.14) Blear image has lower

*entropy*value.15) In this paper, a concise and alternative average

*entropy*is introduced, which can be used to analyze entanglement of multipartite pure states.16) Third,[Sentencedict.com] regard relative conditional

*entropy*information beneficial to term words collocation as a feature of translation model.17) It is showed that the

*entropy*and the rate of entropy production are neither too much nor too little. They must be adapted to the level of ontogeny .18) Affective

*entropy*is developed to express the specific extent of human emotion.19) Grasp

*entropy*and exergy analysis method and cultivate the thought to use energy feasibly.20) Could the future see a species capable of engaging in the defeat of the law of

*entropy*in a final Armageddon?21) Energy is thus dispersed and so we might expect an increase in

*entropy*and not a decrease.22) Thus during a chemical reaction there is always an

*entropy*change.23) This says that in any closed system disorder, or

*entropy*, always increases with time.24) This state would be less ordered, and hence have more

*entropy*, than the initial state of two separate boxes.25) Here is supposed to compensate for the lack of a non-combinatorial

*entropy*contribution in the Flory-Huggins treatment.26) Eventually the limit is reached where no further packing would be possible and where the configurational

*entropy*therefore vanishes.27) They saw disorder steadily growing, like a baby, and called this

*entropy*.28) To predict whether a reaction will occur spontaneously or not it is necessary to introduce another thermodynamic state function called

*entropy*.29) The Gibbs free energy change therefore takes into account the enthalpy change of a reaction system and its

*entropy*change.30) The Relation Between Elevation of Equivalence Relation, Elevation of Distance, Hypertopology, Quotient Topology and Topological

*Entropy*.More similar words: misanthropy, philanthropy, trophy, atrophy, tropical, control, metropolis, introduce, in trouble, introvert, catastrophe, introspect, downtrodden, metropolitan, controversy, take control, introducing, out of control, under control, control group, introduction, claustrophobic, electroplating, claustrophobia, introspection, controversial, beyond control, catastrophically, uncontrollable, incontrovertible.