And/or is just a way to express non-exclusive or, because or is very often used as exclusive or in natural language.
I would parse "A, B, C and/or D" as "(A AND B AND C) OR D". Alternatively, if it is supposed to mean "A and/or B and/or C and/or D" then it just means "A OR B OR C OR D".
In physics, ordering is a quality.
Bosons can be in the same groundstate, making them interchangeable, fermions not & can't. Basically all of chemistry results from electrons being fermions, & protons not.
Entropy is another property of ordering, with profound implications for qualities, for dynamics.
We see emergent synergies, where a critical ...