In terms of disorder and energy, systems in nature have a tendency to undergo changes toward less disorder and lower energy less

In terms of disorder and energy, systems in nature have a tendency to undergo changes toward

less disorder and lower

energy

less disorder and higher energy

greater disorder and lower energy

greater disorder and higher energy


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AmazingColor

AmazingColor

Option C is correct

Explanation:

Entropy is defined as the randomness in a system. In nature, a system tends to have high entropy. The higher the entropy , the spontaneous the reactions would be. As a system loses energy, it becomes more ordered and less random. Hence, as the reaction proceeds in a system, the system  has higher energy/entropy and less order.  

Hence, option c is correct

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tori4023

less disorder lower energy

Explanation:

Im 90% sure this is correct