please help fast!! NaBH4 reduction.... 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Compound B [structure shown below] was reduced with sodium borohydride. The student used 1.1015g of Compound B. She prepared the sodium borohydride solution by dissolving 1.0085g of sodium borohydride in sufficient solvent to prepare 17.00mL of solution. Calculate the volume of the sodium borohydride solution required to reduce Compound B. 2. Relevant equations compound B is a 7 member carbon ring, with C=O bonds in the 1,3,6 positions ont he ring. what i dont get is what the overall reaction is, so i can get the equation and do the stoichiometry. i know that NaBH4 will add a H to each oxygen but i really dont get where to go from there. thanks for your help.