Hey guys! New to the forum here, I've come here several times before for insight on various topics and you guys have always been so helpful! I noticed I couldn't find anything similar to this question while I was doing my lab report and I'm quite lost, to be honest.. 1) Lithium aluminum hydride would also reduce cyclohexanone to cyclohexanol. List three changes that would have to be made to the procedure/conditions to accommodate lithium aluminum hydride, instead of sodium borohydride. I know that LiAlH4 is more flammable and pyrophoric, I know it is a much stronger reducing agent, but what would you have to change in the procedure/conditions if we were to use it instead of NaBH4? Safety conditions would have to be slightly amended, but I'm not really sure where else to go. The lab in question was reducing a ketone ( cyclohexanone ) to an alcohol ( cyclohexanol ) using NaBH4 as your reducing agent. It was a pretty simple lab. Thanks in advance for the help!