# Convert gram to ounce

## What is a gram?

During ancient times, our predecessors were constantly looking for some standards for mass determination. It was easy and practical to evaluate mass in comparison with some grains or seeds of plants. Then, they were replaced by coins made of different metals.

However, not all these options were precise and they also differed in counties and regions. These were the reasons for the development of a gram as a unified option in the 18th century. According to the definition, 1 g was equal to the mass of 1 cm3 of distilled water. The measurement must be made at 4 °C temperature and one atmosphere pressure.

Later, grams were replaced by kilograms as a new more convenient standard. For them, a special object was created for comparison and determination of mass. Still, grams were also left for measurements and nowadays 1 gm is considered as 1/1000 of a kg.

## What is a ounces?

In ancient Rome, an ounce was utilized for mass determination and was approximately equal to 27.3 grams. The word itself meant one-twelfth and corresponded to one-twelfth of other units common for trade and the ancient monetary system.

One modern ounce or oz is determined as nearly 28.3 grams. This option is not a standard as an international system works with kilograms and their fractions. However, many English-speaking countries stick to it due to the tradition and utilize it for mass, weight and volume determination as 1/16 of a pound.

Thus, one can often encounter ounces in the USA and Great Britain. It is utilized for weighing packaged foods and postal items, for the determination of the density of cloth and paper, etc. Moreover, there is a troy ounce, equal to 31.1 grams, that measures the weight of precious metals. The ounce-force for force determination also exists and the fluid one allows working with volumes.

## How to Convert grams to ounces

It is not as difficult to convert grams to ounces. The correlation that exists between these two units must be kept in mind when doing it manually, specifically:

• 1 g contains as little as 0.035274 oz;
• in 1 oz there are approximately 28.34952 g.

That is why, the correct grams to oz transformation can be done in the following ways:

• by diving the given number by 28.34952;
• by multiplying it by 0.035274.

Here is an example: 100 g to oz gives us 100 / 28.34952 = 3.527396 or 100 x 0.035274 = 3.5274.

To convert gram to ounce , the formula is used,
$\mathrm{oz}=g×0.035274$
where the gm to oz value is substituted to get the answer from Weight and Mass Converter.
1 gm
=
0.0353 oz
1 oz
=
28.35 gm
Example: convert 15 gm to oz:
15 gm
=
15
x
0.0353 oz
=
0.5291 oz

## How many grams in an ounce

If you work with g to oz transformations, keep in mind that there are nearly 28.34952 g in each ounce. You can take more or less precise values for your calculations depending on their purpose or round up the result.

gram (gm) ounce (oz)
0.01 gm 0.00035274 oz
0.1 gm 0.003527396 oz
1 gm 0.035273962 oz
2 gm 0.070547924 oz
3 gm 0.105821886 oz
5 gm 0.17636981 oz
10 gm 0.352739619 oz
20 gm 0.705479239 oz
50 gm 1.763698097 oz
100 gm 3.527396195 oz
1000 gm 35.27396195 oz

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