Grams to Ounces

Welcome to grams to ounces.

This is our page about converting mass from the United States customary or British imperial system to the metric unit of mass equivalent to 1/1000 kilogram.

Have you have been looking for how many ounces in a gram, or have you found us using the British English spelling grammes to ounces?

Then you are also right here 🙂

Read on to learn everything about the mass conversion.


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G to Oz

As the symbol for a gram is g, and as the unit symbol for ounce is oz, the conversion is often abbreviated as g to oz.

Now, let’s look at the different kinds of ounces currently in use:

The ounce under consideration here is known as International avoirdupois ounce, used for the weight or mass of a product typically sold in US groceries and found in a cookbook.

It is defined as 28.349523125 g, and outside of retail used to measure bulk dry goods.

Thus, the information provided in this article is not about the fluid ounce, which is a unit of volume.

Unless stated differently, the information on this page does not apply to the International troy ounce either; that unit is only used to measure precious metals like gold for example.

The international troy ounce is exactly 31.1034768 grams, approximately ten percent more than the avoirdupois ounce.

In the next paragraph we show you how to change the units.

Convert Grams to Ounces

To convert g to oz divide the mass in grams by 28.349523125.

The grams to ounces formula is [oz] = [g] / 28.349523125.

Therefore, for instance, 10 g are equal to approximately 0.35 International avoirdupois ounces.

(To convert grams to troy ounces divide the mass in grams by 31.1034768.

The grams to troy ounces formula is [troy oz] = [g] / 31.1034768.

For example, 10 g gold or silver are more or less 0.32151 international troy ounces.

Remember, only use the troy ounces formula for gold, platinum, silver and palladium for example.)

Throughout our site, unless stated otherwise, we mean the avoirdupois ounce used to weigh dry foods, such as in the case of our calculator above.

About our Grams to Ounces Converter

To use our converter at the top of this page simply add the mass in grams, our tool does the rest for you automatically.

If you like to change ounces to grams, insert the mass in the second field.

Our frequent conversions in this category include, for instance:Note that you can also find frequent g to oz conversions by means of the search form in the sidebar throughout our website.

Assumed x is your mass, you may look up x g to oz.

In the same way you can locate x gram to ounce, x grams to ounce and x grams into ounces, just to name a few examples.

Give it a try now inserting x grammes to ounces.

In the next section of g to oz we will look at the frequently asked questions in the context, followed by the summary of our article.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you convert dry ounces to grams?

[g] = [oz] × 28.349523125

How much does 1 oz weigh in grams?

1⁄16 international avoirdupois pounds (28.349523125 grams)

What weight is 1 oz in grams?

1 oz = 28.349523125 g

How many grams do I need to make 4 oz?

4 oz equal 113.3980925 grams

How much is an ounce in dry weight?

1⁄16 avoirdupois pound = 28.349523125 g

How do you measure dry ingredients in ounces?

Divide the mass in grams by 28.349523125

How do you measure dry ingredients in grams?

Multiply the mass in ounces by 28.349523125

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