• V.Hariharakrishnan Department of Physics, National College Trichy.
  • B.S.Srikanth Department of Physics, National College Trichy.
  • S.Moorthy P.G Students College, Trichy


The structure of liquids are less well established than that of gases or solids.  Despite a great deal of research in this area, we still do not have a clear picture of the way in which molecules are arranged in even the most common liquid, water.  We do, however, have a reasonably detailed knowledge of the average distances between atoms or molecules in a liquid.  Moreover, we can estimate with considerable accuracy the magnitude of the forces between particles in a liquid.  Since the molecules in a liquid are much closer together than those in a gas, attractive forces between molecules are considerably stronger.        

The Scientist A.PASSYANSKI gave the Signal Acquisition in Ultrasonic systems. Compressibility is explained by assuming that the molecules are fully compressed. The compressibility of the solution is mainly due to free solvent molecules. this was given by S.BARNARTT. W.SCHAFF has been engaged on the study of importance of Molecular interaction between the acceptor and the Donor molecules.


            In India V.A.TABHANE worked on the Acoustical study of  organic materials. The internal pressure and free volume analysis for Aqueous solution of Pinacol  was given by S.Sekar and A.Dhanalakshmi. The Molecular interaction studies on liquids  by Viscometric / Ultrasonic techniques was given by J.B.THAKARE,D.T.DONGRE &DEOGANKAR. The measurement of Experimental Ultrasonic velocity of organic substances was given by  S.JAYAKUMAR,V.KANNAPPAN,S.SUBRAMANIAN and others. The study of Molecular interactions has inspired many researchers and extensive investigations have been carried out in aqueous solutions.



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V.Hariharakrishnan, B.S.Srikanth, & S.Moorthy. (2017). ACOUSTICAL STUDIES OF ZINC ACETATE AND ITS STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION . International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 3(5). Retrieved from