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Acoustics is an interdisciplinary distinction of science concerned with mechanical waves (including vibration, sound, infrasound and ultrasound)) in all three forms of matter (gases, liquids and solids). The term "acoustic" is originated from the Greek work ἀκουστικός (or akoustikos) means “of or for hearing, or ready to hear). Later akoustikos was also converted from ἀκουστός (or akoustos), meaning “heard, audible”. Likewise Latin synonym "sonic" was a synonym of acoustics. Presently “sonic” is a sub-branch of acoustics and deals with frequencies of the sound.

Acoustic has its root in earlier history of Greek approximately 6th century BC. That time famous philosopher Pythagoras was studying that why some intervals seems good in hearing than other. He found the answer in terms of numerical ratios. These numerical ratios were representing the harmonic overtone series. Later Aristotle (384-322 BC) worked on the contractions and expansions of the sound in air and

Acoustics is studies in three domains (groups)

Physical acoustics (Aero acoustics, General linear acoustics, nonlinear acoustics, Structural acoustics and vibration, underwater sound)

Biological acoustics (Bioacoustics, Musical acoustics, Physiological acoustics, Psychoacoustics, Speech communication)

Acoustical engineering (Acoustic measurements and instrumentation, Acoustic signal processing, Architectural acoustics, Environmental acoustics, Transduction, Ultrasonic, Room acoustics).

All of these domains are interconnected in each other as well as the other disciplines of science and engineering. Acoustic is concerned with waves and encompasses almost each and every topic related to waves such as Absorption (acoustics), Acoustic analogy, Acoustic board, Acoustic dispersion, Acoustic emission, Acoustic enhancement, Acoustic holography, Acoustic interferometer, transportation and approximation, Acoustic levitation, Acoustic location, Acoustic metamaterials, Acoustic metric, Acoustic microscopy, Acoustic network, Acoustic quieting, Acoustic radiation pressure, Acoustic resonance, Acoustic shadow, Acoustic shock, Acoustic suspension, Acoustic theory, Acoustic wave equation, Acoustical engineering, Acoustical measurements and instrumentation, Acoustical oceanography, Acousto-optic deflector, Acousto-optics, Aero acoustics, Architectural acoustics, Attenuation, Attenuation coefficient, Bass trap, Beat (acoustics), Binaural beats, Bioacoustics, Bore (wind instruments), Cocktail party effect, Computational Aero-acoustics, Cymatics, Denge, Diaphragm (acoustics), Diffusion (acoustics), Echo (phenomenon), Echogenicity, Ecoacoustics, Equal-loudness contour, Fletcher–Munson curves, Formant, Frequency, Fundamental frequency, Harmonic, Harmonices Mundi, Head-related transfer function, Helmholtz resonance, Hershberger Reinforcement Curves, Hot chocolate effect, Impact spectrometer, Infrasound, Lumped element model, Medical ultrasonography, Metamaterial, Musical acoustics, Nonlinear acoustics, Otoacoustic emission, Overtone, Parametric array, Particle acceleration, Particle displacement, Phonautograph, Poromechanics, Proximity effect (audio), Psychoacoustics, Rarefaction, Reverberation, Reverberation room, Reverse echo, Robinson–Dadson curves, Room acoustics, Rubens' Tube, Scanning acoustic microscope, Seismic metamaterials, Sonochemistry, Sonometer, Sound Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, Sound generator, Sound intensity, Sound localization, Sound Retrieval System, Sound transmission class, Sounding board, Statistical energy analysis, Sub-harmonic, Sympathetic resonance, Temporal masking, Thermo-acoustic hot air engine, Transient (acoustics), Ultrasound attenuation spectroscopy, Underwater acoustics, Waveguide (acoustics) and so on.

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