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An isolated free electron is traveling through an electric field from some initial point where its coulombic potential energy per unit charge voltage is 17 kJC and velocity 93 Mms to some final

An isolated free electron is traveling through an electric field from some initial point where its coulombic potential energy per unit charge (voltage) is 17 kJ/C and velocity = 93 Mm/s to some final point where its coulombic potential energy per unit charge is 6 kJ/C. Determine the change in velocity of the electron. Neglect gravitational forces.

2.2  The unit used for voltage is the volt, for current the ampere, and for resistance the ohm. Using the definitions of voltage, current, and resistance, express each quantity in SI units.

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