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internal dynamic processes. What we carry about is to understand if in reaction goes spontaneously or non spontaneously. So what's spontaneously is spontaneous process is one that occurs without on going outside intervention. So, for example, if you have this break over here and if you have a machine system that that ties a break and were this guy pulling onto this rope, this brief goes up as we pull down. But there is an outside intervention, so this is not a nonsense. This is not a spontaneous process. This brick goes up, whereas, for example, if you have a glass of water and we just drop some sugar inside, what happens? Is this sugar? Yes, it's sold by itself, and this is called a spontaneous process. So the important thing that you shouldn't confuse in a pro, uh, spontaneously with the kinetics that the kinetics shows the intermediates and speed. And if a process is spontaneous, it doesn't mean it is fast, like rusting is the spontaneous process. But it can take a long time. Where is the time of dynamics? Are just looking at the initial and final space states like the reactions and the products and this spontaneously in. The next chapter is we're going to talk about how we can product predict the spontaneous or non spontaneous processes using entropy, um, and the entropy.