Decade of mass | Mass using SI prefixes | Mass of item | Item |

10^{-35} kg | | 7 eV/*c*² = 1.2 × 10^{-35} kg | upper limit of the rest mass of an electron neutrino |

10^{-34} kg |

10^{-33} kg |

10^{-32} kg |

10^{-31} kg | | 510.99906(15) 1 keV/*c*² = 9.1093897(54) × 10^{-31} kg | rest mass of an electron |

10^{-30} kg |

10^{-29} kg |

10^{-28} kg | | 105.658389(34) MeV/*c*² = 1.8835327(11) × 10^{-28} kg | rest mass of a muon |

10^{-27} kg | 1 yoctogram (yg) | ≈ 1.6605402 yg | 1 atomic mass unit (amu) or Dalton (Da) ≈ mass of a hydrogen atom |

938 MeV/c² = 1.6726231 × 10^{-27} kg | mass of a proton - a neutron is the same mass to 3 places (mass of neutron > mass of proton) |

10^{-26 kg} | 10 yg | ≈ 30 yg | mass of a water molecule |

6.941 amu | atomic mass of lithium |

47.867 amu | atomic mass of titanium |

10^{-25} kg | 100 yg | 107.8682 amu | atomic mass of silver |

[259] amu | atomic mass of nobelium |

10^{-24} kg | 1 zeptogram (zg) | 1.6605402 zg | = 1 kilodalton (kDa) |

10^{-23} kg | 10 zg |

10^{-22} kg | 100 zg |

10^{-21} kg | 1 attogram (ag) |

10^{-20} kg | 10 ag | 10 ag | mass of a small virus |

10^{-19} kg | 100 ag |

10^{-18} kg | 1 femtogram (fg) |

10^{-17} kg | 10 fg | 1.1 × 10^{-17} kg | mass equivalence of one joule |

4.6 × 10^{-17} kg | increase in mass by heating 1 g of water by 1 °C |

10^{-16} kg | 100 fg | 6.65×10^{-16} kg (665 fg) | E. coli bacterium |

10^{-15} kg | 1 picogram (pg) |

10^{-14} kg | 10 pg |

10^{-13} kg | 100 pg |

10^{-12} kg | 1 nanogram (ng) | 1 ng | mass of a human cell |

10^{-11} kg | 10 ng | 15 ng | Lethal dose of Botulinum toxin, the deadliest substance known, is about 200 pg/kg, so a 15 ng dose would kill almost anybody. |

10^{-10} kg | 100 ng |

10^{-9} kg | 1 microgram (µg) | 2 μg | Uncertainty in the mass of the prototype kilogram |

10^{-8} kg | 10 µg | 2.2 × 10^{-8} kg | the Planck mass |

4.6 × 10^{-8} kg | increase in mass by heating 1 Mg of water by 100 °C |

10^{-7} kg | 100 µg | 100 µg | average dose of a "hit" of LSD |

200 µg | average lethal dose of ricin |

10^{-6} kg | 1 milligram (mg) | ≈ 0.3 mg–13 mg | mass of a grain of sand |

1–2 mg | typical mass of a mosquito |

10^{-5} kg | 10 mg | 10–30 mg | Dose of DXM per labeling on most products |

| Caffeine in most non-coffee drinks is in the bottom half of this range. |

10^{-4} kg | 100 mg | | Caffeine in a cup of coffee is in this range. |

0.2 g | 1 metric carat |

100–200 mg | Maximum legal caffeine pill in United States |

0.3 g | average hallucinogenic dose for mescaline |

10^{-3} kg | 1 gram (g) | 1 g | 1 millilitre of water, approx. |

~2.3 g, ~7 g | United States dime: ~2.3 g, quarter: ~7 g, other common coins intermediate |

10^{-2} kg | 10 g | 10 g | approximate lethal dose of caffeine for an adult |

17 g | approximate mass of a mouse |

24 g | amount of ethanol in one drink |

28.35 g | 1 ounce (avoirdupois) |

10^{-1} kg | 100 g | 150 g | average mass of an adult human kidney |

≈ 454 g | 1 pound (avoirdupois) |

1 kg | 1 kg | 1 kg | 1 litre of water, approx. |

2–6 kg, 3 typical | a newborn baby |

4.0 kg | women's shotput |

5–7 kg | a typical housecat |

5–9 kg | a pizote |

7.3 kg | men's shotput |

10^{1} kg | 10 kg | 10–30 kg | a CRT computer monitor |

15–20 kg | a medium-sized dog |

70 kg | an adult human |

10^{2} kg | 100 kg | 100 kg | quintal (mainly U.S. - other countries have different definitions) |

250 kg | approximate mass of a lion |

700 kg | approximate mass of a dairy cow |

907 kg | 1 short ton (U.S.) |

10^{3} kg | 1 tonne (t) (1 megagram (Mg)) | 1000 kg | 1 cubic metre of liquid water, approx. |

1016 kg | 1 ton (British) / 1 long ton (U.S.) |

0.8–1.6 t | typical passenger automobiles |

3–7 t | adult elephant |

10^{4} kg | 10 t | 11 t | Hubble Space Telescope |

12 t | largest elephant on record |

14 t | bell of Big Ben |

80–100 t | mass of largest dinosaur, the *Argentinosaurus* (estimate) |

10^{5} kg | 100 t | 100 t on average | mass of largest animal, the blue whale |

187 t | International Space Station |

600 t | Antonov An-225 (the world's heaviest aircraft) maximum take-off mass |

10^{6} kg | 1000 t (1 gigagram (Gg)) | 1.5 × 10^{6} kg | mass of each gate of the Thames Barrier |

2.041 × 10^{6} kg | launch mass of the Space Shuttle |

10^{7} kg | | 1.1 × 10^{7} kg | estimated annual production of Darjeeling tea |

2.6 × 10^{7} kg = 26 000 t = 26 kt | Titanic |

9.97 × 10^{7} kg | heaviest train: Australia's BHP Iron Ore, 2001 record |

10^{8} kg | | 6.5 × 10^{8} kg | mass of largest ship, Knock Nevis, when fully loaded |

10^{9} kg | 1 teragram (Tg) = 1 Mt | about 6 × 10^{9} kg = 6 Mt | mass of Great Pyramid of Giza |

10^{10} kg | | 6 × 10^{10} kg = 60 Mt | mass of concrete in the Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest concrete structure |

10^{11} kg | | at least 3 × 10^{11} kg = 200 Mt | Total mass of the world's humans |

2 × 10^{11} kg = 300 Mt | Mass of water stored in London storage reservoirs |

1–8 × 10^{11} kg | Estimated total mass of Antarctic krill, *Euphausia superba*, thought to be the most plentiful creature on the planet |

10^{12} kg | 1 petagram (Pg) = 1 Gt | 3.91 × 10^{12} kg = 3.91 Gt | World oil production in 2001 |

10^{13} kg |

10^{14} kg | | 2–3 × 10^{14} kg | Estimated mass of rock exploded in eruption of Mount Tambora volcano in 1815 |

10^{15} kg | 1 exagram (Eg) = 1 Tt |

10^{16} kg |

10^{17} kg | | 1.23 × 10^{17} kg = 123 Tt | Mass of a typical asteroid |

10^{18} kg | 1 zettagram (Zg) = 1 Pt | 5 × 10^{18} kg = 5 Pt | Mass of Earth's atmosphere |

10^{19} kg |

10^{20} kg | | 8.7 × 10^{20} kg = 870 Pt | Mass of 1 Ceres |

10^{21} kg | 1 yottagram (Yg) = 1 Et | 1.35×10^{21} kg | Total mass of Earth's oceans |

1.6×10^{21} kg = 1.6 Et | Mass of Charon |

2.3×10^{21} kg | Total mass of the Asteroid Belt |

10^{22} kg | | 1.2 × 10^{22} kg | Mass of Pluto |

7.349 × 10^{22} kg = 73.49 Et | Mass of Moon |

10^{23} kg | | 1.2×10^{23} kg | Mass of Titan |

1.5×10^{23} kg | Mass of Triton |

1.5×10^{23} kg | Mass of Ganymede |

3.2×10^{23} kg | Mass of Mercury |

6.4×10^{23} kg | Mass of Mars |

10^{24} kg | 1 Zt | 4.9 × 10^{24} kg | Mass of Venus |

6.0×10^{24} kg = 6.0 Zt | Mass of Earth |

10^{25} kg | | 8.7 × 10^{25} kg | Mass of Uranus |

10^{26} kg | | 1.0 × 10^{26} kg | Mass of Neptune |

5.7 × 10^{26} kg | Mass of Saturn |

10^{27} kg | 1 Yt | 1.9 × 10^{27} kg | Mass of Jupiter |

10^{28} kg |

10^{29} kg |

10^{30} kg | | 2 × 10^{30} kg | Mass of the Sun = 2000 Yt |

approx. 3 × 10^{30} kg | Chandrasekhar limit |

10^{31} kg | | 4 × 10^{31} kg | Mass of Betelgeuse |

10^{32} kg |

10^{33} kg |

10^{34} kg |

10^{35} kg |

10^{36} kg |

10^{37} kg |

10^{38} kg | | | Typical mass of a globular cluster |

10^{39} kg |

10^{40} kg |

10^{41} kg | | 3.6 × 10^{41} kg | Visible mass of the Milky Way galaxy |

10^{42} kg | | 2 × 10^{42} kg | Total mass of the Milky Way galaxy |

10^{52} kg | | 2×10^{52} kg | Mass of a critical density Universe |

| 3 × 10^{52} kg | Mass of the observable universe |