HI, Computer papers come in different weights the G you are referring to is the metric weight of grams. Typical computer paper has a weight of 80 grams. Thanks, Adrian http://www.etaxia.eu
Your prefix to the serial number,which is read as Zero G indicates that you have a Browning auto-5 light weight model shotgun,that was made in the year 1960.The letter G designates that your shotgun is a light weight model.
"g" typically stands for Grams when dealing with measurements of weight. "Oz" stands for Ounces which can reference either mass or volume (fluid ounces).
That is the atomic weight of the element. It weighs 39.098 AMU or 39.098 g/mol.
G as an abbreviation can stand for "grams", the metric unit of weight. A paper clip weighs about 1 gram. Or, it can stand for the force of gravity on an object. Someone at any given time on Earth will feel a force of 1 g, while someone riding a roller coaster might experience 2 g or 3 g.
The TV stand can hold an weight up to 135 lb. But the weight a TV stand can hold depends upon the size of the stand too.
In "e.g." the 'G' is for "gratia."
Crickets weight approx 0.2 g so they are closer to 2 g
The 'G' in G-Star stands for 'Gap'.
g stands for gas
weight = mass * g , where g is the gravity constant = 9.8 .so weight can be determined.
This stand has a TV weight capacity of 200 Lbs, and shelf weight capacity of 80 Lbs. This stand is also easy to assemble.
The atomic weight of potassium is 39,0983 g.The atomic weight of chlorine is 25,45 g.The molecular weight of potassium chloride (K + Cl) is 74,5483 g.
The G stands for "Geometry" and "God".
The G of DNA stands for guanine.
G stands for Glycine.
G in gmail stands for = Google
The G stands for Geometry and God.
no element has the symbol G