in a book says cooling by demagnetization can be explained in terms of reduced entropy. As far as I know, entropy is associated with order. More order we have (i.e. more spin alignment), then less entropy S. Demagnetization results in disorder, since spins are more disorder, thus higher entropy, doesn't it mean higher temperature??? i looked at the graphs and read the paragraphs in the book several times but still didn't get it.