DASDA (Diamino Stilbene Disulfonic Acid) Price Trends
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- North America
- South America
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East
DASDA (4-4 di-amino stilbin 2-2 disulphonic acid) is basically a light-yellow coloured powder/cream, that is utilised in synthesis of dye stuffs, like optical brightening agents, fluorescent brightening agents, etc. It primarily functions as a chemical intermediate for manufacturing optical brightening agent.
Chemical Formula of DASDA:
- Amsonic acid
- Optical brightening agent
- Manufacturing Chemical
- Manufacturing Raw Material
- Production of DASDA via Catalytic Reduction; and via Sodium Salt.
While producing DASDA from sodium salt, sodium salt of para-nitrotoluene-orhto-sulphonate is often utilised. It is boiled in water with caustic soda and is finally reduced using zinc to produce DASDA.
Procurement Resource also provides the production cost analysis of DASDA.
- Tsaker Chemical Group Limited
- Deepak Nitrite Ltd.
- Pravin DyeChem Pvt. Ltd.
- EMCO Dyestuff
- Shree Ram Chemical Industries
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