**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