Ok so I have few question and would be happy if someone could answer them or reassure me of the way I think is right, thank you. First of all do electrons that have higher energy levels can attract two ions closer than electron with lower energy? Or is it a fundamental property that has to do with a charged particles mass and the corresponding electric field or does the field change if say an electron is coming from a high voltage supply rather than some lower voltage one? Secondly if a proton for example travels in a certain straight trajectory it has it's electrical (coulomb) field around it , now if that same proton would travel the same trajectory just now negatively charged plates on both sides of the proton , what would happen , yes I do understand that as negative charge attracts positive the proton would most likely run into the plates but for the sake of an argument let's suppose the proton has high enough kinetic energy to keep the trajectory straight between the plates for a while ,so here is the question would it's surrounding electric field get distorted due to the charged particle field interaction or in other words would the field of the proton become more ellipsoid than round? with the wider sides of the ellipse at the sides of the negatively charged plates due to that's where the attraction forces come from ?