Entropy, Biology

Entropy is the degree of disorder in a system. As the energy is transferred from one form to another form, some of it is lost as heat; as the energy decreases, the disorder in system & emdash; and hence the entropy & emdash; increases.

Posted Date: 8/1/2012 6:37:33 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Entropy, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Entropy, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Entropy Discussions

Write discussion on Entropy
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
What are the physiological changes during pregnancy

Bile salts or bile acids are polar derivatives of constitute and cholesterol the major pathway for the excretion of cholesterol in mammals.  In the liver, the cholesterol is circul

In a Population that is in Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, the frequency of the recessive Homozygous genotype is 0.49. The frequency of individuals Homozygous for the Dominant allele i

Q. What is H shaped incision and what is it's purpose? This type of incision is especially useful for: The anterior maxilla or mandible. Accurately identified implant

Q. What are the poriferans? The phyla Porifera include the simplest creatures of the animal kingdom. Sponges are aquatic sessile beings they are not able to move by themselves

The diet prescription The diet prescription designates the type, amount and frequency of feeding based on an individual's disease process and disease management goals. The dis

Normal 0 false false false EN-IN X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

What is the evolutionary origin of the internal membranous organelles of the cell? It is accepted that the internal membranous organelles of the eukaryotic, like the Golgi app

If I take a drug that induced the synthesis of CYP 2E1 in my system, would that raise or lower my blood alcohol level after I drink a beer or wine (compared to if I hadn''t taken t

What is the basic structure of the HIV virus? What is the function of the glycoproteins of its envelope? HIV is an RNA virus. In its core there are two strands of RNA and reve