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The gram is a metric measurement of mass that is equal to one one-thousandth of a kilogram, and the term "gram" is derived from the Late Latin word "gramma," meaning "small weight." Other items that weigh 1 gram include a pinch of salt, one-fifth of a piece of paper and one Japanese yen coin.

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What Weighs 1 Gram (5 examples) by admin • February 24, 2015. Which Objects Weighs One Gram? There are several objects in our daily which equals to the weight of a gram but the scientific metric is 1 gram equals to 1000 milligrams. One cubic centimeter of water in glass is a gram. Lets us see some of the best examples in what ways this ...

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One cubic centimeter of water weighs one gram exact. Even if I new the volume of that I got nothing to measure with besides a ruler. Is there any item that weighs an exact gram to calibrate the scale?

0.5 Litres of pure water at 4.0°C has a mass of exactly 500 grams. 1.0g of Pure water at 4.0°C is the standard used for Density i.e. 1.0g/mL. This is equal to 1.0 kg per Litre and 1,000kg/m³. This standard figure is taken as a ratio between water and other liquids and solids.

It depends upon the substance and its density. One cc of pure water weighs one gram, but one cc of oil weighs less than one gram and one cc of syrup probably weighs more than one gram.

No, grams (also grammes) are measures of weight, or more accurately, mass. One cubic centimeter of water masses/weighs about one gram. (It was supposed to be exactly one gram, but errors crept in ...

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Other items that weigh 1 gram include a pinch of salt, one-fifth of a piece of paper and one Japanese yen coin. The gram, originally the base unit of the French metric system, is roughly equal to the mass of 1 cubic centimeter of pure water at 4 degrees Celsius and was originally measured by this standard.

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(for Jelly Belly beans; approximate) Made of sugar, corn syrup, and pectin, a single jelly bean weighs about 1.10 grams.President Ronald Reagan cited jelly beans as his favorite candy and 3,200,000 grams of the candies were served at his first inauguration in 1981.