We do know that in the process of chemical reaction, atoms or molecules come closer, form bonds and get stabilized by sharing or donating electrons, thus filling the valance shell of atoms. But why do they want to get stabilized?.
Everything is driven by the second law of thermodynamics. First, this principle drives the system to increase its own entropy. Second, systems want to achieve a low state of potential energy as this allows the system to release heat, which increases the entropy of the surroundings.
is there a scientific explanation?
Who did design the natural laws?.
I do understand and appreciate the basic scientific laws. I dont have a problem in imagining that complex molecules came together and started evolving through generations, and reached the stage where we see complex life forms. Basis of the evolution is the chemical reactions. But why atoms or molecules wants to reduce energy or increase entropy. Who did design the natural laws?.
There is exactly one microstate where all coins are facing heads up. There are 100!/(2*50!) ~ 10^93 microstates where the coins show 50 heads and 50 tails. 10^93 > 1.
So did u mean to say that there are more microstates associated with a molecule, than with a state where the atoms are separated?