Entropy and Specific Entropy
What is Entropy?
Entropy is a property that follows from the Second Law of Thermodynamics – the entropy of a system increases during a natural thermodynamic process. Entropy is related to the number of microscopic configurations of a thermal system. The second law of thermodynamics states that the specific entropy of a system cannot decrease unless it is to increase another system.
Specific Values of Entropy
The below table has a selection of values of Entropy at 25°C (298K):