1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An electron enters the area between two charged plates having a horizontal speed of 1.9E6. The space between plates is 1cm and the electron enters half way down from the top plate. The length of the plates is 2cm. Find the speed of the electron as it exists the space between plates barely missing the top plate. 3. The attempt at a solution I figured it would be just an energy question, so I found the initial kinetic energy and the potential energy it would gain through the climb. As a result though, the speed still stayed the same. I'm not sure if I'm thinking correctly?... Thanks in advance.