I'm working on a music-theoretical problem involving products and ratios of smooth numbers. Currently I'm studying 5-smooth numbers but I'm planning to examine higher primes too. I'm not an expert of abstract algebra, Wikipedia is my guide so far. I believe that understanding the algebraic aspects of my subject would lead to deeper results.
I assume that the set $S_n$ of all $n$-smooth numbers forms an abelian group under multiplication (addition is irrelevant to my application). What is the related algebraic structure for fractions of $n$-smooth numbers?
Field of fractions doesn't seem to work here as it assumes an integral domain embedded into it. $S_n$ is not closed under addition, therefore it is not a ring, what is a prerequisite of being an integral domain.