Online Calculator – Ounces to Grams

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Ounces to Grams (oz to g) Formula:

1 oz = 28.3495231 g

Ounces to Grams (oz to g) Detailed Formula:

1 ounce (oz) is equal to 28.34952 grams (g).

1 oz = 28.34952 g

The mass m in grams (g) is equal to the mass m in ounces (oz) times 28.34952:

m(g) = m(oz) × 28.34952


Convert 5 oz to grams:

m(g) = 5 oz × 28.34952 = 141.7476 g

Ounces to Grams (oz to g) Definition

Convert ounces to grams with a click of a button. Simply enter in the number of ounces and the calculator with instantaneously spit out the equivalent in grams.

How to Calculate Ounces to Grams (oz to g)

Let’s be honest – sometimes the best ounces to grams (oz to g) calculator is the one that is easy to use and doesn’t require us to even know what the ounces to grams (oz to g) formula is in the first place! But if you want to know the exact formula for calculating ounces to grams (oz to g) then please check out the “Formula” box above. Also, convert grams to ounces.

Ounces to Grams conversion table


Ounces (oz)Grams (g)Kilograms+Grams (kg+g)
0 oz0 g0 kg 0 g
0.1 oz2.835 g0 kg 2.835 g
1 oz28.35 g0 kg 28.35 g
2 oz56.70 g0 kg 56.70 g
3 oz85.05 g0 kg 85.05 g
4 oz113.40 g0 kg 113.40 g
5 oz141.75 g0 kg 141.75 g
6 oz170.10 g0 kg 170.10 g
7 oz198.45 g0 kg 198.45 g
8 oz226.80 g0 kg 226.80 g
9 oz255.15 g0 kg 255.15 g
10 oz283.50 g0 kg 283.50 g
20 oz566.99 g0 kg 566.99 g
30 oz850.49 g0 kg 850.49 g
40 oz1133.98 g1 kg 133.98 g
50 oz1417.48 g1 kg 417.48 g
60 oz1700.97 g1 kg 700.97 g
70 oz1984.47 g1 kg 984.47 g
80 oz2267.96 g2 kg 267.96 g
90 oz2551.46 g2 kg 551.46 g
100 oz2834.95 g2 kg 834.95 g
1000 oz28349.52 g28 kg 349.52 g

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