Ultrasonic Investigation as Tool For Study of Molecular Interaction of Ceftriaxone Sodium at Different Temperatures

Author(s): Sunanda S. Aswale, Shashikant R. Aswale and Rajesh S. Hajare

Acoustic is an active and important field of study that makes effective contribution to many areas of human endeavour. It relates to medicine, industry, music, art, architecture and life sciences. The thermodynamic and acoustical study with deals the nature of interactions between molecules in liquids and solutions. The study of propagation of ultrasonic waves in liquid system established as a simple and significant tool in determining the nature of interactions between molecules in liquids solution. In recent years ultrasonic measurements are found to be unique and nondestructive methods of determining the microstructures. Ultrasonic velocity, density and viscosity measurement have been carried out for 0.1 molar aqueous solution of ceftiaxone sodium at different temperatures and frequency 2 MHz. From this data various acoustical parameters are calculated which are used to predict molecular interaction present in the aqueous solution of ceftriaxone sodium.

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