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Ounces to Grams Converter

Ounces to grams

Convert ounces to grams with this cooking conversion tool and chart.

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How many grams are in an ounce?

1 ounce (oz) is equal to 28.34952312 grams. To convert ounces to grams, multiply your ounce figure by 28.34952312.

A conversion table for ounces and grams is below.

Ounces to grams conversions
Ounces Grams Kilos, Grams
1 oz 28.35 grams 0 kg, 28.35 g
2 oz 56.7 grams 0 kg, 56.7 g
3 oz 85.05 grams 0 kg, 85.05 g
4 oz 113.4 grams 0 kg, 113.4 g
5 oz 141.75 grams 0 kg, 141.75 g
6 oz 170.1 grams 0 kg, 170.1 g
7 oz 198.45 grams 0 kg, 198.45 g
8 oz 226.8 grams 0 kg, 226.8 g
9 oz 255.15 grams 0 kg, 255.15 g
10 oz 283.5 grams 0 kg, 283.5 g
20 oz 566.99 grams 0 kg, 566.99 g
30 oz 850.49 grams 0 kg, 850.49 g
40 oz 1133.98 grams 1 kg, 133.98 g
50 oz 1417.48 grams 1 kg, 417.48 g
60 oz 1700.97 grams 1 kg, 700.97 g
70 oz 1984.47 grams 1 kg, 984.47 g
80 oz 2267.96 grams 2 kg, 267.96 g
90 oz 2551.46 grams 2 kg, 551.46 g
100 oz 2834.95 grams 2 kg, 834.95 g
Conversions are rounded to max 2 decimal places

How many grams are in a troy ounce (t oz)?

The troy ounce is used for measuring precious metals and is different from the avoirdupois ounce used for cooking. There are 31.1034768 grams in a Troy ounce (t oz). Therefore, if you want to convert troy ounces to grams multiply your figure by 31.1034768 (or 31 for a rough conversion). Should you wish to convert to or from troy ounces, please use the weight converter tool.

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