I am not able to conceive why work wouldn't increase the entropy of a system. If i am compressing a ideal gas adiabatically and reversibly, the gas pressure inside would increase,meaning more no of particles hitting unit area, and that to me seems a more chaotic state of the gas, than before compression, so why doesn't the entropy increase.
And the 'chaos' or 'randomness' terms that we use to define entropy, what are they dependent upon.Velocity or pressure or what?
My understanding of entropy is that, it is a measure of how unpredictable the system is , how difficult it is to point out a certain gas particle. Am i right in my understanding?