Mass (weight) units converter - converts units between metric (tons, kilograms, etc.), Avoirdupois/US (pounds, ounces) and troy systems

Unit | Symbol | Symbol (plain text) | Value |

kiloton (gigagram) | Show source$kton$ | kton, Gg | 0.000001 |

ton (megagram) | Show source$ton$ | ton, Mg | 0.001 |

quintal | Show source$q$ | q | 0.01 |

kilonewton | Show source$kN$ | kN | 0.009806652 |

kilogram | Show source$kg$ | kg | 1 |

hectogram | Show source$hg$ | hg | 10 |

decagram | Show source$dag$ | dag | 100 |

gram | Show source$g$ | g | 1000 |

carat | Show source$ct$ | ct | 5000 |

centigram | Show source$cg$ | cg | 100000 |

milligram | Show source$mg$ | mg | 1000000 |

microgram | Show source$\mu g$ | µg | 1000000000 |

nanogram | Show source$ng$ | ng | 1×10^{12} |

atomic mass unit | Show source$u$ | u | 6.022141983×10^{26} |

Unit | Symbol | Symbol (plain text) | Value |

long ton | Show source$ton$ | ton | 0.000984207 |

short ton | Show source$\text{sh tn}$ | sh tn | 0.001102311 |

long hundredweight | Show source$cwt$ | cwt | 0.019684131 |

short hundredweight | Show source$\text{sh cwt}$ | sh cwt | 0.022046226 |

stone | Show source$st$ | st | 0.157473044 |

pound | Show source$\text{lb av}$ | lb av | 2.204622622 |

ounce | Show source$\text{oz av}$ | oz av | 35.27396195 |

dram | Show source$\text{dr av}$ | dr av | 564.383391293 |

grain | Show source$gr$ | gr | 15432.3583529 |

Unit | Symbol | Symbol (plain text) | Value |

pound | Show source$\text{lb t}$ | lb t | 2.679228881 |

ounce | Show source$\text{oz t}$ | oz t | 32.150746569 |

dram | Show source$\text{dr t}$ | dr t | 257.205972549 |

pennyweight | Show source$\text{dwt}$ | dwt, pwt | 643.014931373 |

scruple | Show source$\text{s ap}$ | s ap | 771.617917647 |

carat | Show source$\text{kt}$ | kt | 4873.37632199 |

grain | Show source$\text{gr}$ | gr | 15432.3583529 |

mite | Show source$$ | 308647.167059 | |

doite | Show source$$ | 7406798.40398 |

- The mass is a measure of
**the amount of substance**. - The mass conception is closely related to the concept
**of inertia**. This is a feature of material objects, which basically means that the body once set in motion retains its speed as long as it will not work on any external forces. - The mass of body also determines the
**gravitation force**. Any two bodies interact with force directly proportional to the product of their masses. - There are objects without mass for example
**photons**. - In the first half of the twentieth century, Einstein created theory saying there is
**equivalence of mass and energy**. This theory is related to one of the most famous physical formulas:**E = mc**. The theory has been confirmed experimentally and succesfully applied to create^{2}**nucler power plant**and**nuclear weapon**. In both cases the energy is "created", while loss of mass is noticed. In other words, the mass is converted into energy.

**Enter the number to field "value"**- enter the NUMBER only, no other words, symbols or unit names. You can use dot (**.**) or comma (**,**) to enter fractions.

Examples:- 1000000
- 123,23
- 999.99999

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