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Entropy is a measure of disorder in a system.
- Entropy, in thermodynamics, energy that is not available to do work
- Entropy (classical thermodynamics), a discussion of entropy from the classical thermodynamics point of view
- Entropy (statistical thermodynamics), a discussion of entropy from the statistical thermodynamics point of view
- Entropy (order and disorder), a discussion of entropy as a measure of disorder
- Entropy (information theory), a measure of the amount of information contained in a message
- Entropy in thermodynamics and information theory, comparison of the definitions from statistical thermodynamics and information theory
- Entropy (computing), a discussion of entropy generation and API's in computer systems
- Entropy (ecology), a measure of biodiversity in the study of biological ecology
- Entropy (anesthesiology), a measure of a patient's cortical function
Media and popular culture
- Entropy: A New World View, a book by Jeremy Rifkin and Ted Howard
- Entropy (1977 board game)
- Entropy (1994 board game)
- Entropy (video game)
- Entropy is the name the character "Alchemiss" went by in Freedom Force vs the 3rd Reich, after she went insane over the sudden expansion of her powers.
- Entropy (album), an album by Anathallo and Javelins
- Entropy / Send Them, a hip-hop suite by DJ Shadow and the Groove Robbers
- "Entropy", a song by Bad Religion from Against the Grain
- "Entropy", a song by VNV Nation from Matter + Form
- "Entropy", a song by Moxy Früvous from The 'b' Album
- "Entropy", a song by MC Hawking
- Entropia (album), debut album by Swedish band Pain of Salvation
- Entropy (package manager), a Sabayon Linux package manager
- Entropy (anonymous data store), a discontinued project to build a computer network designed to be resistant to censorship
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