Entropy

From order to disorder.
I explored the idea of how entropy can be deceiving to the eye, by demonstrating using water. Most would assume that a glass of water is more orderly compared to an ice cube, as it neatly sits in the glass.  Ice melts and changes its shape and form during the transition from ice to water.  The fact is that ice particles are more ordered than water particles as the ice are frozen and which make the particles unable to move until entropy takes over, resulting in the particles melt from order to disorder.

© Aimee Bish, 2016 ‘Entropy’

© Aimee Bish, 2016 ‘Entropy’

© Aimee Bish, 2016 ‘Entropy’