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Welcome to **g to kg**, our website about the conversion of grams to kilograms.

The kilogram (kg) is the base unit of mass in the International System of Units called SI, known as the metric system.

**A gram (g) is one-thousandth of a kg**.

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## G to Kg Converter

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**[kg] = [g] / 1000**.

Therefore, the result of the gram to kilogram conversion is:

**1 g = 10**

^{−3}kg## Definition of Kilogram

The kilogram is defined as equivalence to the mass of the international prototype of the kilogram (IPK), which is taken care of by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures.

## Definition of Gram

The gram is defined as 1/1000 kilogram.

You may also be interested to learn that the kilogram is the only SI unit directly defined by an artifact; all other units base on a fundamental physical property.

However, the current definition of kg is likely to change for terms of the **Planck constant**, because the IPK and its copies have seen some difference in mass in the course of time.

If you remember that a kg is thousand grams, then you have grasped the concept of the mass conversion.

If you want to have the math explained, then you can find it right below.

## How to Convert Grams to Kilograms?

To convert the mass we apply our formula explained above, and divide the grams by thousand.

For example, if you change 1.5 grams you get 0.0015 kg.

Alternatively, you can convert the weight by moving the decimal point for grams **three places to the left**:

1.5 → 0.15 → 0.015 → 0.0015.

Both methods produce the correct result.

The easiest way for changing g into kg is using our **calculator** above, but you may also head to our unit conversion search form to look g to kg conversions up.

Along the same lines can you search for the **British spelling variants** of kilogramme and gramme, as well as for the abbreviations for these units which are *kg* and *g*, lowercase.

To use it, enter the mass in grams utilizing a decimal point for fractions.

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## Summary

You have reached the concluding section of how many kilograms in a gram, and we have already explained our visitors the math about how to obtain grams in kilograms.

Frequent conversions in the context include, for example:

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The bottom line is that there are 1000 grams in a kilo; the gram is a submultiple of the metric base unit of mass, the kilogram.

**A gram is 1/1000 of a kilogram**.

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## Table

Last, but not least, here’s our quick conversion table:

Grams | Kilograms |
---|---|

1 | 0.001 |

10 | 0.01 |

100 | 0.1 |

200 | 0.2 |

300 | 0.3 |

400 | 0.4 |

500 | 0.5 |

600 | 0.6 |

700 | 0.7 |

800 | 0.8 |

900 | 0.9 |

1,000 | 1 |

1,100 | 1.1 |

1,200 | 1.2 |

1,300 | 1.3 |

1,400 | 1.4 |

1,500 | 1.5 |

1,600 | 1.6 |

1,700 | 1.7 |

1,800 | 1.8 |

1,900 | 1.9 |

2,000 | 2 |

2,100 | 2.1 |

2,200 | 2.2 |

2,300 | 2.3 |

2,400 | 2.4 |

2,500 | 2.5 |

2,600 | 2.6 |

2,700 | 2.7 |

2,800 | 2.8 |

2,900 | 2.9 |

3,000 | 3 |

3,100 | 3.1 |

3,200 | 3.2 |

3,300 | 3.3 |

3,400 | 3.4 |

3,500 | 3.5 |

3,600 | 3.6 |

3,700 | 3.7 |

3,800 | 3.8 |

3,900 | 3.9 |

4,000 | 4 |

4,100 | 4.1 |

4,200 | 4.2 |

4,300 | 4.3 |

4,400 | 4.4 |

4,500 | 4.5 |

4,600 | 4.6 |

4,700 | 4.7 |

4,800 | 4.8 |

4,900 | 4.9 |

5,000 | 5 |

5,100 | 5.1 |

5,200 | 5.2 |

5,300 | 5.3 |

5,400 | 5.4 |

5,500 | 5.5 |

5,600 | 5.6 |

5,700 | 5.7 |

5,800 | 5.8 |

5,900 | 5.9 |

6,000 | 6 |

6,100 | 6.1 |

6,200 | 6.2 |

6,300 | 6.3 |

6,400 | 6.4 |

6,500 | 6.5 |

6,600 | 6.6 |

6,700 | 6.7 |

6,800 | 6.8 |

6,900 | 6.9 |

7,000 | 7 |

7,100 | 7.1 |

7,200 | 7.2 |

7,300 | 7.3 |

7,400 | 7.4 |

7,500 | 7.5 |

7,600 | 7.6 |

7,700 | 7.7 |

7,800 | 7.8 |

7,900 | 7.9 |

8,000 | 8 |

8,100 | 8.1 |

8,200 | 8.2 |

8,300 | 8.3 |

8,400 | 8.4 |

8,500 | 8.5 |

8,600 | 8.6 |

8,700 | 8.7 |

8,800 | 8.8 |

8,900 | 8.9 |

9,000 | 9 |

9,100 | 9.1 |

9,200 | 9.2 |

9,300 | 9.3 |

9,400 | 9.4 |

9,500 | 9.5 |

9,600 | 9.6 |

9,700 | 9.7 |

9,800 | 9.8 |

9,900 | 9.9 |

10,000 | 10 |

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