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Entropy of interaction in the nuclei 
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Mar1711, 08:20 AM

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It's hard to me to understand about the interaction between protons and neutrons by the means of entropy. And Is it possible to know about an entropy of an interaction between protons and neutrons or between quarks?



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Mar1711, 06:49 PM

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Look at the case of Nuclear Fusion. When nuclei fuse, they go to a lower energy state and release energy in the process. Once this happens, it requires energy to break them apart. The entropy of the system has increased.



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Mar1811, 07:41 AM

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