An electron moves from one plate to another across which there is a potential difference of 2000 V.

a) Find the speed with which the electron

strikes the positive plate.

For this problem, I used the Potential difference equation: (2000)(1.60x10^-19)=3.2E-16=delta PE

I was going to use the equation PEi+KEi=KEf+PEf to find the speed of the electron. Is that right?

a) Find the speed with which the electron

strikes the positive plate.

For this problem, I used the Potential difference equation: (2000)(1.60x10^-19)=3.2E-16=delta PE

I was going to use the equation PEi+KEi=KEf+PEf to find the speed of the electron. Is that right?

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