(i) (a) Silver chloride (AgCl) is the white precipitate formed.
(b) Silver chloride (AgCl) is an insoluble compound.
(ii) It is not a redox reaction.
In this reaction, cations Ag+ and Na+ have exchanged their anions NO3- and Cl- and a precipitate of AgCl has been formed. It is an example of double displacement and precipitation reactions.