Ultrasonic studies are extensively used in the conformational analysis of organic molecules. The ultrasonic study can give the indication of complex formation through hydrogen bonding in the system. Recently researchers suggested that adiabatic compressibility also used for detecting hydrogen bond formation in solutions . The ultrasonic velocity measurement is a unique tool in characterizing the structure and properties of the system and provides significant information on the arrangement of matter in solutions and also finds an extensive application in studying the nature of intermolecular forces. In the present work, attempts have been made to investigate the behavior of cholesteryl oleyl carbonate at different temperatures. The Ultrasonic velocity, surface tension and density are measured experimentally.
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