What does thermodynamically stable mean and how to link it with entropy?Watch
Edit: Thank you so much XD I have been trying to clear this understanding for ages now I am finally starting to understand it
Hey guys I have been doing a few questions on entropy and came across thermodynamically stable quite a few times now. However, I don't seem to understand how thermodynamically stable means there is a higher entropy.
Entropy --> describes randomness and disorder.
The greater the entropy, the less thermodynamically stable the system is.