Problem: For a given compound, list the decreasing order of entropy for a solid, liquid, and gas.a. solid > gas > liquidb. liquid > solid > gasc. gas > liquid > solidd. gas > solid > liquide. solid > liquid > gas

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We’re being asked to select the decreasing order of entropy for a given compound in the solid, liquid, and gas phase.


Recall that entropy is the degree of chaos or disorder of a system and that it depends on the following:


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For a given compound, list the decreasing order of entropy for a solid, liquid, and gas.

a. solid > gas > liquid
b. liquid > solid > gas
c. gas > liquid > solid
d. gas > solid > liquid
e. solid > liquid > gas

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