Entropy and disorder also have associations with equilibrium.
Technically, entropy, from this perspective,
is defined as a thermodynamic property
which serves as a measure of how close
a system is to equilibrium

— that is, to perfect internal disorder.

It is obvious that entropy is a measure of order or,
most likely, disorder in the system.
In this direction, the second law of thermodynamics,
as famously enunciated by Rudolf Clausius in 1865, states that:

The DISORDER of the universe tends to a maximum!

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