What are the types of yield symbols in chemical equations?
There are two basic types of yield symbols used in writing chemical equations. The most common yield symbol is an arrow that is placed after the reactant or reactants
and points in the direction of the products as in the following example: A + B
Sometimes symbols or words can be included with an arrow, such as the symbol
The following link has specific examples: http://www.sartep.com/chem/tutorials/tut.cfm?tutorial=Chemical+Equations&chap=6