Gram Unit - Definition and Description


Gram is the unit of mass or weight in the metric system. The SI unit symbol for gram is g.

Originally gram is defined in 1795. The definition is provided below.

the absolute weight of a volume of pure water equal to the cube of the hundredth part of a metre [1 cm3], and at the temperature of melting ice",[2] the defining temperature (~0 °C) was later changed to 4 °C, the temperature of maximum density of water.

1 g = 15.4323583529 gr i.e. 1 gram is equal to 1.0936 grains

1 g = 5 ct i.e. 1 gram is equal to 5 carats

1 g = 8.98755179×1013 J i.e. 1 gram is equal to 8.98755179×1013 joules (J)

1 g = 100 centimeters i.e. 1 gram is equal to 100 centimeters

1 g = 1000 mm  i.e. 1 gram is equal to 100 Millimeters

Followings are some frequently asked conversions of meter: 

1.65 m = 5.41 ft i.e. 1.65 gram is equal to 5.41 feet/foot

1.7 m = 5.57 ft i.e. 1.65 gram is equal to 5.57 feet/foot

1.7 m = 1700 mm  i.e. 1.7 gram is equal to 1700 Millimeters

1.73 m = 5.67 ft i.e. 1.73 meters is equal to 5.67 feet/foot

1.75 m = 5.74 ft i.e. 1.75 meters is equal to 5.74 feet/foot

1.78 m = 5.83 ft i.e. 1.78 meters is equal to 5.83 feet/foot

1.9 m = 6.23 ft i.e. 1.9 meters is equal to 6.23 feet/foot

2 m = 6.56 ft i.e. 2 meters is equal to 6.56 feet/foot

2.638m = 2638 mm i.e. 2.638 meters is equal to 2638 Millimeters

4.92 m = 4920 mm i.e. 4.92 meters is equal to 4920 Millimeters

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