A wire is connected to the positive and negative plates of a capacitor. Electrons in the wire feel an attraction toward the positive plate of a capacitor, and a repulsion from the negative plate. What is true about the motion of these electrons?
The electrons’ speeds increase the entire time the capacitor is connected.
The electrons’ speeds decrease the entire time the capacitor is connected.
Electrons are not the particles that are moving.
There is not enough information to answer.
The electrons keep speeding up, then colliding with other particles, and then repeating.