**From pounds to grams** can be very useful to know the equivalence between these two weight units. We are not used to a measure such as the pound (abbreviated as lb) and therefore, we have developed a calculator that allows you to make the conversion as easy as possible.

You only have to enter the** weight in pounds that you want to convert to grams** and press the calculate button.

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## How many grams are in a pound

If you want to learn how to **convert pounds to grams,** here is an explanation of the procedure to follow. First of all, it is convenient for you to know that:

1 lb = 453.59237 g

## How to convert from pounds to grams

As of **equality between grams and pounds** seen in the previous point, we can calculate a **formula** generic mathematics that allows you to perform the conversion with a simple multiplication:

*m*_{(g)} = *m*_{(lb)} × 453,59237

By **example,**We are going to pass to grams at a weight of 2 pounds:

*m*_{(g)} = *m*_{(lb)} × 453.59237 = 2 pounds x 453.59237 = 907.18 grams

As you can see, the difficulty in changing units lies in remembering the number by which we have to multiply.

## How to convert from pounds to grams in Excel

An alternative form of **from pounds to grams** consists of using Excel to perform the conversion. You do not need to do any operation in the Microsoft program, you only have to type this formula:

=CONVERT(C3; "lbm"; "g")

In the video above, you can see how we have made our **pounds to grams converter using Excel**.

The formula for **conversion from pounds to grams in Excel** also allows you to directly type the amount of lb you want to convert to g. For example, if you want to convert 8 lbs to grams, just adapt the formula like this:

=CONVERT(8; "lbm"; "g")

The first option is more versatile if you're going to** convert pounds to grams** frequently, but if you are going to use it more sporadically, the second option may also work for you. In any case, use the one that best suits your needs.

## Table of equivalence of pounds to grams

Below you have **more examples of weights in pounds** which we have converted to grams to give you a better perspective of the equivalence between these two units of weight.

Pounds (lbs) | Grams (g) | Kilos + grams (kg+g) |
---|---|---|

0 lb | 0 g | 0 kg 0 g |

0.1 lb | 45 g | 0 kg 45 g |

1 lb | 454 g | 0 kg 454 g |

2 lb | 907 g | 0 kg 907 g |

3 lb | 1.361 g | 1 kg 361 g |

4 lb | 1814 g. | 1 kg 814 g |

5 lb | 2.268 g | 2 kg 268 g |

6 lb | 2.722 g | 2 kg 722 g |

7 lb | 3.175 g | 3 kg 175 g |

8 lb | 3.629 g | 3 kg 629 g |

9 lb | 4.082 g | 4 kg 82 g |

10 lb | 4.536 g | 4 kg 536 g |

20 lb | 9.072 g | 9 kg 72 g |

30 lb | 13.608 g | 13 kg 608 g |

40 lb | 18.144 g | 18 kg 144 g |

50 lb | 22.680 g | 22 kg 680 g |

60 lb | 27.216 g | 27 kg 216 g |

70 lb | 31.751 g | 31 kg 751 g |

80 lb | 36.287 g | 36 kg 287 g |

90 lb | 40.823 g | 40 kg 823 g |

100 lb | 45.359 g | 45 kg 359 g |

1000 lb | 453.592 g | 453 kg 592 g |