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Unformatted text preview: lly difficult to line everything up in the same direction. Everything is going to go in different directions and it is going to become increasingly random and less usable. c e b 2-3 Heat: Random molecular motion. Temperature: Measurement of average pace of random molecular motion. Heat versus Temperature: Can heat ever contain usable energy? direction of acceleration ( Define: 2nd Law of Thermodynamics- ) higher lower temperature temperature Check Your Understanding: Use the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics to explain why balls don’t bounce forever: Arrangement of parts within a system: Three factors involved: Define: Self-assembly- Emergent Property- Differential Placement- Order- Level of Agitation- Complexity- Define: Imposed organization- Self-organization- 2-4...
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