In the metric or SI system it's grams (with added prefixes as appropriate).Comment
The SI unit for mass is a kilogram. A gram is a submultiple of the kilogram.
Typically, the most common way to measure mass (especially in physics) is the kilogram. One kilogram is equivalent to one thousand grams and is the preferred SI unit because it is more practical for measuring objects that are large in size.
Other units also exist for measuring mass:
For very small measurements, one might use grams, centigrams (.01 gram) or even milligrams (.001 gram). These units are usually used when measuring the mass of a solid substance or a liquid in small amounts (ie: 50 milligrams of sodium chloride).
For almost everything else in the metric world, there is the kilogram. The kilogram is used for measurement of anything as small as a book to as large as a star (or even a galaxy).
In other circumstances mass can be measured in other increments (that are NOT metric). One example of this is the 'slug.' One slug is about 14.59 kilograms and is just one of many non-metric mass units (this one in particular is more frequently used in Europe).
Mass is measured in (I think) grams or kilograms
kg for kilogram
The international (SI) unit for mass is the kilogram.
the unit of mass is used to measure the salt.If salt is less in quantity it is measured in mg else it is measured in gm or kg.
A pound is a unit of mass. A centimetre is a unit of length. The two units are therefore incompatible.
The official SI unit for mass is the kilogram.
kilometers - km, is a unit for distance, and can't be used to measure mass.
The SI unit used to measure mass is kilograms. It is written as Kg.
Kilograms (kg) is used to measure mass
The SI unit which is used to measure mass is the kilogram.
In the SI the unit for mass is the kilogram.
Weighing balance is used to measure mass. The metric unit is kilograms.
what is the measurement is used to measure fluid
The SI unit of the gram is the measure of mass. It is the basis for the units that measure force (Newton) and work (Joule).