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  1. where Q is the heat exchanged by the system kept at a temperature T (in kelvin). If the system absorbs heat—that is, with Q > 0 Q > 0 —the entropy of the system increases. As an example, suppose a gas is kept at a constant temperature of K while it absorbs 10 J of heat in a reversible process.
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  4. A control volume permits both energy and mass to flow through its boundaries. The entropy balance for a control volume undergoing a process can be expressed as. or in the rate form, as. where i and e denote inlet and exit, respectively.
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  6. Entropy is a state function that is often erroneously referred to as the 'state of disorder' of a system. Qualitatively, entropy is simply a measure how much the energy of atoms and molecules become more spread out in a process and can be defined in terms of statistical probabilities of a system or in terms of the other thermodynamic quantities.
  7. In information theory, the entropy of a random variable is the average level of "information", "surprise", or "uncertainty" inherent in the variable's possible outcomes. The concept of information entropy was introduced by Claude Shannon in his paper "A Mathematical Theory of Communication". As an example, consider a biased coin with probability p of landing on heads and probability 1-p.
  8. Mar 01,  · Entropy was adapted for information theory by Shannon as a measure of information comprised in a given amount of signals. 1 When used in information theory and signal analysis, entropy addresses and describes the irregularity, complexity, or unpredictability characteristics of a signal. In past decades, various entropy concepts have been described.
  9. Aug 14,  · For example, the entropy change a gas undergoes when its volume is doubled at constant temperature will be the same regardless of whether the expansion is carried out in tiny steps (as reversible as patience is likely to allow) or by a single-step (as irreversible a pathway as you can get!) expansion into a vacuum (Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\)).

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