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... Search Ask a Question Report Baloney Ask the Van Questions by Subcategories States of Matter and Energy: Entropy Entropy of learning physics entropic doom? entropy and more origin of the second law of thermodynamics entropy and analog to ...


Q & A: entropy and energy distribution | Department of Physics | ...

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... a good example of this. Stuff falling into a black hole increases its entropy more than the entropy loss from the missing stuff. Only when the surroundings become extremely cold and empty can entropy increase via Hawking evaporation of the ...


Q & A: entropy in universe expansion | Department of Physics | ...

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... Q&As in related categories cosmology Entropy Most recent answer: 02/15/2015 Q: as the universe is expanding the entropy is also increasing but the temperature is decreasing.As temperature increases entropy also increases. here is he ...


Q & A: entropy and more | Department of Physics | University of ...

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... energy -- the only way that entropy is produced. In other words, entropy is the child of energy change." The whole direction of how things go is set by the rule that net entropy S increases. It’s as if the universe wanted to make ...


Q & A: Entropy Increases | Department of Physics | University of ...

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... 113 which tells a good deal about it. (published on 10/22/2007) Follow-Up #1: melting and entropy Q: example in entropy melting of metal increase or decreases of entropy expl-ain. - liza (age 30) apalit pampanga philippines A: I'll ...


Q & A: Quantum version of Entropy | Department of Physics | ...

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... Search Ask a Question Report Baloney Q & A: Quantum version of Entropy Learn more physics! Related Questions Still Curious? Explore Q&As in related categories Entropy Qua-ntum Mechanics Most recent answer: 10/22/2007 Q: Is there a ...


Q & A: entropy and the fate of the universe | Department of ...

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... matrix rather than a pure state, so that there's some entropy. Mike W. (published on 01/15/2013) Follow-Up #1: entropy in the multiverse Q: So if I'm understanding Carroll right, entropy is responsible for the flow of time, the big ...


Q & A: heat, entropy, and temperature | Department of Physics | ...

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... Entropy Temperature & Heat Most recent answer: 11/28/2012 Q: why heat tobe divided by temperature to get entropy? - v.hariharan (age 70) chennai,tamilnadu ,india A: The rel-ation you're referring to is dS=dQ/T, the change in entropy ...


Q & A: entropy in a closed universe | Department of Physics | ...

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... of heating and cooling will occur. Does it violates any thermodynamic laws? Is this the only way for entropy to remain constant (if there is any entropy in such a scenario in the first place)? Thank you! - Anonymous A: This is a profound ...


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... heavy baloney violate the Second Law? Very cold Baloney entropy and energy distribution Entropy and volume of water vs. temperature Gravity as an energy source? entropy in a closed universe entropy and reversible processes Perpetual motion ...


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