Check the explanation
Here, Nitrogen (N) undergoes oxidation and Chlorine (Cl) undergoes reduction.
To answer your question:
N is oxidized from an oxidation number of -3 to an oxidation number of -1.
Cl is reduced from oxidation number of +1 to an oxidation number of -1.
Borneol should have a lower Rf because of boiling point.
A. Hydrogen bonding is present in CS2 but not in CO2.
B. CS2 has greater dipole moment than CO2 and thus the dipole-dipole forces in CS2 are stronger.
C. CS2 partly dissociates to form ions and CO2 does not. Therefore, ion-dipole interactions are present in CS2 but not in CO2.
D. The dispersion forces are greater in CS2 than in CO2.
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