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How can the random motions of "crowding agent" molecules lead to
self assembly? That seems like a contradiction of the Second Law.
This may require more than two sentences. Thing about it, don't
just "bang it out." How can a difference in concentration (in a fluid)
lead to a pressure? In other words, can you briefly explain section
7.3? A candy bar for anyone who can do this really well.
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