It's about as heavy as a Grain of Rice
It's about six-and-a-half times as heavy as a Grain of Sand
In other words, the weight of a Grain of Sand is 0.150 times 0.450 grains.(medium grain)
With tremendous variety in the size of grain and the component material, grains of sand weigh an average of 0.068 grains. In 2007, a team of seven in Myrtle Beach created the world's tallest sandcastle, which measured 15.10 m (49.55 ft) in height.
It's about eight times as heavy as a Sesame Seed
In other words, 0.450 grains is 8.01 times the weight of a Sesame Seed, and the weight of a Sesame Seed is 0.1250 times that amount.(Sesamum indicum)
A sesame seed weighs approximately 0.0562 grains. The McDonald's Big Mac sandwich, which is well-known for its sesame seed top bun, accounts for the consumption of an estimated 31,000,000 grains of sesame seeds each day.
It's about one-tenth as heavy as a Raindrop
In other words, the weight of a Raindrop is 10 times 0.450 grains.(a.k.a. drop, a.k.a. droplet) (average)
The weight of a raindrop depends heavily on the type of weather, but averages about 3 grains. The familiar teardrop shape of a raindrop is actually an optical illusion, caused by the reflection of the light and the motion of the drop.
It's about one-twenty-fifth as heavy as a Nail
It's about one-thirty-fifth as heavy as a Jelly Bean
In other words, the weight of a Jelly Bean is 37 times 0.450 grains.(for Jelly Belly beans; approximate)
Made of sugar, corn syrup, and pectin, a single jelly bean weighs about 18 grains. President Ronald Reagan cited jelly beans as his favorite candy and 49,000,000 grains of the candies were served at his first inauguration in 1981.
It's about 45 times as heavy as a Grain of Sugar
In other words, 0.450 grains is 46.70 times the weight of a Grain of Sugar, and the weight of a Grain of Sugar is 0.0214 times that amount.(a.k.a. white sugar, a.k.a. white refined sugar, a.k.a. table sugar, a.k.a. sucrose, a.k.a. saccharose)
A grain of sugar weighs approximately 0.00965 grains. Sugar consumption varies widely by country; the average citizen of the United States consumes about 944,000 grains of sugar each year.