Convert between Kilogram and other Weight and Mass units.

## Kilogram

What is the gram?

The gram is an important unit of mass in the metric system. Gram can be defined as the absolute weight of 1 cubic centimeter of water at 4 °C. Its symbol is "g".

We can say that if a mass of 1 gram undergoes a force of 1 dyne, it will be accelerated at one centimeter per second squared (1 cm/s2).

Non liquid ingredients in cooking is calibrated mainly in grams. We can say that the gram is most often used with food products.

What is the kilogram?

The kilogram is the base unit of mass in the SI system of measurement. It is defined by a cylindrical alloy made of platinum manufactured in 1889 and stored in Saint Cloud. It is called the International Prototype Kilogram.1 kilogram equals 1000 grams.

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Assarion (Biblical Roman)
Atomic mass unit
Attogram
Bekan (Biblical Hebrew)
Carat
Centigram
Dalton
Decigram
Dekagram
Denarius (Biblical Roman)
Deuteron mass
Didrachma (Biblical Greek)
Drachma (Biblical Greek)
Earth's mass
Electron mass (rest)
Exagram
Femtogram
Gamma
Gerah (Biblical Hebrew)
Gigagram
Grain
Gram
Hectogram
Hundredweight (UK)
Hundredweight (US)
Kilogram-force square second/meter
Kilopound
Kiloton (metric)
Kip
Lepton (Biblical Roman)
Megagram
Microgram
Milligram
Mina (Biblical Greek)
Mina (Biblical Hebrew)
Muon mass
Nanogram
Neutron mass
Ounce
Pennyweight
Petagram
Picogram
Planck mass
Pound
Pound-force square second/foot
Pound (troy or apothecary)
Poundal
Proton mass
Quarter (UK)
Quarter (US)
Quintal (metric)
Scruple (apothecary)
Shekel (Biblical Hebrew)
Slug
Stone (UK)
Stone (US)
Sun's mass
Talent (Biblical Greek)
Talent (Biblical Hebrew)
Teragram