Ultrasonic velocity and absorption as a function of temperature, concentration, and frequency (5–25 MHz) and shear viscosity as a function of concentration and temperature are reported for the binary mixture nitrobenzene-n-hexane in the homogeneous phase above

*T**c*. For the observed absorption at critical concentration and critical temperature

*c*/

*f*2 vs

*f*–1.06 yields a straight line as predicted by the dynamic scaling theory of Ferrell and Bhattacharjee [Phys. Rev. A

**2****4**, 1643 (1981)]. Also, the critical amplitudes of the thermal expansion and specific heat have been calculated using the two-scale factor universality relation. The adiabatic coupling constant

*g* is calculated and compared to the experimental value. In addition, the experimental values of

/

*c* (where

is the absorption at critical concentration above the critical temperature) for nitrobenzene-n-hexane are compared to the scaling function

*F*(

*) and show a good agreement with the theory. Finally, the velocity for the system at the critical concentration above the critical temperature appears to decrease linearly with increasing temperature.