A typical lightning bolt has about 10.0 C of charge. How many excess electrons are in a typical lightning bolt?

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  1. 10 = x * 1.6*10^-19

    10 * 10^19 = 1.6 x
    x = 6.25 * 10^19

    well, quite a few, but less than a mol (6*10^23)

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