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Consider an electron, of charge magnitude e = 1.602 ✕ 10−19 C and mass me = 9.11 ✕ 10−31 kg, moving in an electric field with an electric field magnitude E = 8 ✕ 102 N/C, similar to what Thana observed in the simulation. Let the length of the plates be L = 50 cm, and the distance between them be d = 20 cm. Find the maximum speed

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