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For questions about the thermodynamical state function entropy, commonly understood as a measure of disorder.

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A non-mathematical look at entropy Now while this doesn't directly answer the OP's questions, it provides another way of looking at the concept of entropy, something that's not the dreaded ‘disorder … ’[1]. An addendum to @user36790's answer perhaps. Rather than disorder or chaos entropy is probably better described as the number of ways I can do something at the individual particle level and …
answered Feb 23 '16 by tmgriffiths