How many grams to the ounce?
How many grams to the ounce? Is it a question which you are asking yourself now? We are coming with the answer! But not only for this one question. Here you will also learn how to make an ounce to grams conversion on your own and see the conversion chart for ounces to grams – perfect for cooking!
We look forward to explaining to you the topic of how many grams to the ounce. Or to be honest, we look forward to knowing that you finally say „wow, it can be easy!”. Because it can. And we are going to prove it to you. So let’s move on!
Ounce to grams – conversion factor for cooking
How many grams to the ounce – it is one of the commonly asked questions during cooking. Imagine you are looking for a perfect cake recipe for a long time and finally get it. You want to make a shopping list and then… you see that the ingredients are given in ounces instead of grams. So you need to make a conversion to know how much of each product you need to bake a cake.
And we are coming to make this conversion as easy as possible. But let’s start with some basics, that is with the answer to the question of how many grams to the ounce. Let’s see:
How many grams in an ounce?
1 ounce = 28 grams.So there are 28 grams to the ounce exactly. And this result is our conversion factor, which we are going to use in the ounces to grams formula. How does it look and how to use it in practice? Let’s check it in the next part.
How to convert ounces to grams?
So now we will show you how to use the knowledge from the previous part in practice. It will take us 3 steps:
- The first step – we will show you the basic formula to convert ounces to grams, without putting an exact value of a conversion factor.
- The second step – we will show you the formula with the inserted conversion factor in an exact form.
The third step – we will show you practical examples with the use of a formula in the next 2 parts of this article.
So let’s start!
The conversion formula for ounces to grams in a basic way looks like this:
The number of ounces * the conversion factor = the result in grams
And now see how it looks with the inserted exact value of the conversion rate:
The number of ounces * 28 grams = the result in grams
And that’s it. It is a ready-to-use formula to make the conversion of any number of ounces to grams. There is nothing else but to try it with examples, so let’s move on.
Ounces to grams conversion – fractions
In this part, we will focus on the values of an ounce smaller than 1. It means we will calculate fractions, like ½, ¼, or ⅛. So let’s make the calculations.
Firstly calculate how many grams in a half of an ounce. The equation will look as follows:
0.5 ounces * 28 grams = 14 grams
So it means that 0.5 ounces are equal to 14 grams exactly.
Another example. This time calculate how many grams in a fourth of an ounce. And the formula looks like this:
0.25 ounces * 28 grams = 7 grams
So now you see clearly that 0.25 ounces are equal to 7 grams.
And the last example in this part. Let’s get to know how many grams in an eighth of an ounce. The equation is down below:
0.125 ounces * 28 grams = 3.5 grams
So 0.125 ounces is equal to 3.5 grams. No more, no less.
Was it difficult to calculate? We are sure that the answer is “no”. So let’s make a few more examples, this time with bigger numbers.
Calculate ounces to grams – numbers bigger than 1
In the previous part we focused on the numbers smaller than 1, so this time we will focus on the numbers bigger than 1. Which ones are we going to calculate exactly? Here you will also find 3 examples – we are going to calculate 2, 4, and 6 ounces to grams.
So let’s start with the first example. How many grams in 2 ounces? The calculations look like this:
2 ounces * 28 grams = 56 grams
So 2 ounces are exactly 56 grams.
The second example now. Calculate how many grams in 4 ounces. The equation looks as follows:
4 ounces * 28 grams = 112 grams
And the last example. This time calculate how many grams in 6 ounces. In this case, the calculations look like this:
6 ounces * 28 grams = 168 grams
We are sure that this part was even easier than the previous one. The round numbers are easier to calculate than fractions, this is obvious.
As we promised, we prepared for you also a conversion chart for cooking with ready results. So let’s see it in the next part.
Ounces to grams – cooking conversion chart
The skill of converting ounces to grams on your own can be really helpful. Thanks to it you can make calculations of any number of ounces to grams, whenever you need and wherever you want.
But we know that during cooking it is sometimes so much more comfortable to use a conversion chart with ready results than making your own calculations. That’s why we created a little cooking conversion chart. Let’s make your cooking easier with us!
Ounces | Grams |
1/8 | 3.5 |
1/4 | 7 |
1/2 | 14 |
1 | 28 |
2 | 56 |
4 | 112 |
6 | 168 |
8 | 224 |
16 | 448 |
32 | 896 |
This cooking conversion chart you can use online on our website, make a print screen of it on your smartphone or save it on your laptop. It is possible to print it too. Just use it in the best way for you to make your cooking easier.
How many grams to the ounce – summary
That’s the end of our article dedicated to how many grams to the ounce. What does it mean? It is time to make a quick summary of the most important pieces of information. Everything for you to make the best of it.
So have a look at our little FAQ section. Check how much have you remembered and, if it will be needed, remind yourself of these pieces of information which you forgot.
How many grams to the ounce? Exactly 28 grams to the ounce.
How many grams in an eighth of an ounce? There are 3.5 grams in an eighth of an ounce.
How many grams in 2 ounces? There are 56 grams in 2 ounces exactly.
What is the conversion factor to calculate ounces to grams? The conversion factor is 28.
What is the formula to convert ounces to grams? The formula looks as follows: the number of ounces * 28 grams = the result in grams.
We hope that now the topics of how many grams to the ounce and ounces to grams conversion have no secret to you. So it is time to make your move – use this knowledge in practice and bake the best cake in your life!
Do you also need to convert other units of weight? Check our compendium about weight conversion and know an easier way to make calculations!