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Maxwell's demon is a concept in thermodynamics proposed by physicist James Clerk Maxwell in 1867. It's a thought experiment that challenges the second law of thermodynamics, which states that the entropy of a closed system tends to increase over time. 

In the thought experiment, Maxwell imagined a hypothetical being, called "Maxwell's demon," which can selectively control the movement of molecules within a container separated into two chambers by a trapdoor. The demon opens and closes the trapdoor to allow only fast-moving molecules to pass from one chamber to the other, effectively creating a temperature difference and violating the second law by decreasing the entropy of the system without any work being done.

This concept led to debates and discussions about the relationship between thermodynamics and information theory, as well as the nature of entropy and its connection to information. While the thought experiment doesn't violate any physical laws, it highlights the subtle and complex interplay between thermodynamics, information, and the behavior of microscopic systems.

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