Hello, This isn't an actual homework but just a thing I'm wondering about. Suppose we have a capacitor with plates A and B. The plates are not connected. Plate A has 10 electrons more than plate B. Now someone connects the plates with a wire. The electrons on plate A repel each other stronger than the electrons on plate B as there are fewer electrons on plate B. And as a result there is a current from plate A to plate B. One thing doesn't make sense to me. The electrons on plate A repel the electrons from plate B. So on one hand there are electrons which flow from plate A to plate B and on the other hand plate A's electrons repel electrons from plate B in the direction which is opposite to this flow, then why doesn't it stop the flow? Thank you!