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This article shows a deca-valued representation of neutrosophic information. For this representation the following neutrosophic features were defined and used: truth, falsity, weak truth, weak falsity, ignorance, contradiction, saturation, neutrality, ambiguity and hesitation. In the context created by these ten features emerged the possibility but also the necessity of defining three neutrosophic concepts: entropy, neutro-entropy and anti-entropy. Possibility appeared due to the refining of neutrosophic representation. The necessity appeared because all of these features cannot be classified by taking into account only certainty (entropy) and uncertainty (anti-entropy). There is a requirement for a third concept (neutro-entropy) that refers to neutrality.