DASDA (Diamino Stilbene Disulphonic Acid), an off-white or yellow crystalline solid, which is highly soluble in ethanol and ether. It is a derivative of trans-stilbene. It contains sulphonic acid and amino functional groups on each of the two phenyl rings. Having aromatic acid and amine properties, DASDA is mainly used in the production of fluorescent whitening agent. It is also used as an insecticide and as an optical brightener in laundry detergents.
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