what does the arrow in a chemical equation mean ?

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The arrow in between the chemical equation is an important part of the equation.

It depicts that the reactants are converted into products.

Or in simple language we can say it shows the conversion of reactants into products.

On its left hand side are the reacting species and on its right hand side are the products yeilded.

Here is an example showing the the use of arrow.

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