With respect to orderly and disorderly states, what do natural systems tend to do? Can a disorderly state ever transform to an orderly state? Explain.
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The amount of disorderness in the thermodynamic system is known as entropy. The term order and disorder refers to the presence or absence of the certain type of symmetry in the many particle system.
At low temperatures, the systems will be in order state. But when the temperature increases to room temperature(on heating), they make several phase transition and tend to have less ordered state. So the natural systems tends to be in disorder state.