1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In a TV-show, an inexperienced doctor touches the electrodes of a defibrillator and gets thrown across the room. For a moment assuming that all the energy (and only the energy) from the defibrillator goes into tossing him around, what is the maximum height above ground he could reach (i.e., if he was launched straight up)? Data: mass of doctor 93 kg, capacitance of capacitor in defibrillator 110 μF, voltage 600 V. 2. Relevant equations I think I use F=mgh 3. The attempt at a solution To calculate farads, I did (110 x 10^-6) / 600 to get 1.833 e-7. I also drew a free body diagram as the force in the y upward component must exceed that of the y downward component, which is just equal to F = 93 * 9.8. Any help with more relevant equations would be greatly appreciated. I have been racking my brain with this problem.