# If 1 kg 600, then 1 g

## Conversion of milligrams (mg) to grams (g) and vice versa

Updated on by Stefan Banse

Here you can convert the weight unit milligram into the unit gram and vice versa from grams to milligrams. By clicking on the "Swap units" symbol, you will always see the desired conversion in the calculation result, i.e. mg to g or g to mg. You can also use the following calculator to calculate any other unit of weight.

The unit milligram is derived from the basic unit kilogram and therefore belongs to the metric system. One kilogram corresponds to a million milligrams or one milligram corresponds to a millionth of a kilogram.

Based on the unit of measurement used in Anglo-Saxon Grain, one grain corresponds to 64.79891 milligrams.

According to the conversion into kilograms, the milligram is defined in national systems of units and standards.

The unit of gram belongs to the metric system and is derived from the base unit of the kilogram. 1 kilogram corresponds to 1,000 grams and 1 gram corresponds to 0.001 kilograms.

While the gram is part of everyday use in the "metric world", in the Anglo-Saxon world the dram (1.77185 grams) is a comparably large unit of measurement.

The gram is defined in national standards and systems of units according to its conversion into kilograms.

### Basics for converting milligrams (mg) to grams (g)

The abbreviation for the "unit of weight milligrams" is mg. The abbreviation for the "unit of weight, gram" is g.

### Formula for converting milligrams (mg) to grams (g)

The calculation from milligrams to grams is based on the following conversion formula:

Conversion formula milligrams to grams

Determine the number of grams from milligrams

Milligram × 0.001

### Formula for converting grams (g) to milligrams (mg)

The calculation from grams to milligrams is based on the following conversion formula:

Conversion formula grams to milligrams

Determine the number of milligrams from grams

Grams × 1000

### Summary table: how many milligrams are how many grams?

Milligrams mgGram g
0.01 mg =>0.00001 g
0.02 mg =>0.00002 g
0.03 mg =>0.00003 g
0.04 mg =>0.00004 g
0.05 mg =>0.00005 g
0.06 mg =>0.00006 g
0.07 mg =>0.00007 g
0.08 mg =>0.00008 g
0.09 mg =>0.00009 g
0.10 mg =>0.00010 g
0.20 mg =>0.00020 g
0.30 mg =>0.00030 g
0.40 mg =>0.00040 g
0.50 mg =>0.00050 g
0.60 mg =>0.00060 g
0.70 mg =>0.00070 g
0.80 mg =>0.00080 g
0.90 mg =>0.00090 g
1 mg =>0.00100 g
2 mg =>0.00200 g
3 mg =>0.00300 g
4 mg =>0.00400 g
5 mg =>0.00500 g
6 mg =>0.00600 g
7 mg =>0.00700 g
8 mg =>0.00800 g
9 mg =>0.00900 g
10 mg =>0.01000 g
20 mg =>0.02000 g
30 mg =>0.03000 g
40 mg =>0.04000 g
50 mg =>0.05000 g
60 mg =>0.06000 g
70 mg =>0.07000 g
80 mg =>0.08000 g
90 mg =>0.09000 g
100 mg =>0.10000 g
200 mg =>0.20000 g
300 mg =>0.30000 g
400 mg =>0.40000 g
500 mg =>0.50000 g
600 mg =>0.60000 g
700 mg =>0.70000 g
800 mg =>0.80000 g
900 mg =>0.90000 g
1,000 mg =>1 g

### Summary table: how many grams are how many milligrams?

Gram gMilligrams mg
0.01 g =>10 mg
0.02 g =>20 mg
0.03 g =>30 mg
0.04 g =>40 mg
0.05 g =>50 mg
0.06 g =>60 mg
0.07 g =>70 mg
0.08 g =>80 mg
0.09 g =>90 mg
0.10 g =>100 mg
0.20 g =>200 mg
0.30 g =>300 mg
0.40 g =>400 mg
0.50 g =>500 mg
0.60 g =>600 mg
0.70 g =>700 mg
0.80 g =>800 mg
0.90 g =>900 mg
1 g =>1,000 mg
2 g =>2,000 mg
3 g =>3,000 mg
4 g =>4,000 mg
5 g =>5,000 mg
6 g =>6,000 mg
7 g =>7,000 mg
8 g =>8,000 mg
9 g =>9,000 mg
10 g =>10,000 mg
20 g =>20,000 mg
30 g =>30,000 mg
40 g =>40,000 mg
50 g =>50,000 mg
60 g =>60,000 mg
70 g =>70,000 mg
80 g =>80,000 mg
90 g =>90,000 mg
100 g =>100,000 mg
200 g =>200,000 mg
300 g =>300,000 mg
400 g =>400,000 mg
500 g =>500,000 mg
600 g =>600,000 mg
700 g =>700,000 mg
800 g =>800,000 mg
900 g =>900,000 mg
1 000 g =>1,000,000 mg

### References

In particular, we used the information from the following sources for the topic "Weight units":

### Last update on April 14th, 2021

The pages of the "Weight Units" theme world were last editorially checked on April 14th, 2021 by Stefan Banse. They are all up to date.

### Previous changes on 07/26/2020

• 07/26/2020: Extension of the topic converting weights to include numerous information texts for converting various weight units.
• Editorial revision of all texts in this subject area