Reduction reactions

IB Chemistry: Reduction reactions

Both sodium borohydride and lithium aluminium hydride are white inorganic solids but students are not very likely to have "hands on" experience of either of them in a school laboratory. Sodium borohydride can be used in the presence of a protic solvent such as water or ethanol so is relatively safe to use but if you do use lithium aluminium hydride practically in your school then it is wise to be alert to the potential...


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