I Animation of the Drude-Lorentz model of electrons

Good evening guys,

I have to give a talk to my thesis on Friday, and I would like to show a simple animation of electrons moving in a metal according to the Drude-Lorentz model.
In this model, the electrons are classical particles that elastically scatter at spatially fixed atomic cores which are given by hard spheres.
I found this video:
https://makeagif.com/gif/drude-model-of-free-electron-conduction-in-a-metal-BJUS_X
But here, the electrons collide with each other which is not allowed in the Drude-Lorentz model.

I just wanted to ask whether someone here might have an animation like this to share.

Best,
SL
 

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