Since kilograms are the unit we use to measure mass, the answer is no: both have 1kg. of mass. :D
The appropriate unit to measure weight is the newton. Now, if it is really the mass you wanted, you could use kilogram or gram.
The international (SI) unit of mass is the kilogram.
Depending on the size of the feather - grams or milligrams.
It depends on what you want to measure: length, mass, conductivity, elasticity, tensile strength etc.
The same unit as you use to measure any mass. The SI unit for mass is the kilogram.
I suggest the millinewton. However, please note that people commonly confuse weight and mass; if it is actually the mass you want to measure, then use the gram.
Millinewton can be the best unit for measuring the weight of feather.
The standard unit to measure mass is kilograms.
The SI unit of mass is kilogram (kg).
The SI unit to measuring mass is the kilogram.
The basic SI unit of mass is the 'kilogram'.
That depends what you want to measure: its length, width, weight, mass, color, volume, surface area, air resistance, etc.
The SI unit which is used to measure mass is the kilogram.
amu = atomic mass unit
The kilogram is the base unit of measure for mass.
The SI unit used to measure mass is kilograms. It is written as Kg.
Atomic Mass Unit
Mass is a measure of the amount of matter in an object. The SI unit is a kilogram.
The density of a feather is 0.0025. Density is a way that individuals can measure mass to volume and express it as a relationship.
There is no unit of measure, and no mechanical device, that can describe or measure both mass and volume.
Mass of banana is measured in grams. It is an apt unit to measure its weight.