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I am self studying cosmology with the help of some text books ( books by Dodelson, Mukhanov, ...) and somewhat struggling to figure out what it is really mean by entropy perturbations. How is it different from adiabatic perturbations. Any help to get a better intuitive understanding is greatly appreciated. Is there any reference it is better explained? Thanks -Lalith

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# What are entropy perturbations?

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