A gram is a submultiple (1/1000th) of the kilogram, which is the SI Base Unit for mass.
Mass is measured using a scale balance: a device with two pans suspended from a horizontal beam. A balance cancels the effect of gravity, while allowing the mass of an unknown object to be compared with a known mass -usually provided from a set of very accurate standard masses.
Weight, on the other hand, is the force due to gravity and is measured in newtons and is measured using a spring balance. A spring balance is stretched by the force acting on a body due to gravity and, so, measures its weight.
(Although a spring balance actually measure weight, they are often calibrated to indicate mass.As weight varies from place to place, whereas mass doesn't, this means that a spring balance will only accurately indicate mass at the place where it has been calibrated. This is also true of digital scales, which also measure weight but are usually calibrated to indicate mass.)
The jewelry scale that weighs grams Troy gram
An audiometer is the instrument that measures hearing.
An instrument can not be used to measure moles because moles is the amount of grams of a substance divided by the molar mass of the substance. This can not be measured and has to be calculated.
All you need is a scale. you should use a scale that measures in grams.
An electrical ammeter.
A metric scaleA set of scales.Triple-beam scale.AnswerTriple-beam scale.
Seismograph is the instrument that measures ground vibrations.
A tiltmeter measures changes in the tilt of the earth. :)A tiltmeter is an instrument that measures changes in the tilt of the earth. :)
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A tape measure is an instrument that measures perimeter. This can be used in the construction industry to measure a room.
Grams measures mass. Centimeters measures length.
This instrument is called calorimeter.
A triple beam balance is usually used to measure small quantities of mass because on it you can measure in multiples of 1 gram, 10 grams, and a 100 grams.
Impossible; grams are measures of weight and yards are measures of length.
A tonometer measures eye pressure.
A thermometer measures molecular energy.
a creep meter