In a DC circuit with a battery and a capacitor how do electrons on the capacitor plate connected to positive terminal flow? It seems the voltage between them and the positive terminal of the battery is equal to 0 volts.
If the answer is that the electrons will flow to the positive terminal of the battery despite there being no potential difference because we are talking about ideal wires of no resistance then how will they flow through real wires that have resistance to the positive terminal of the battery? What gives them voltage? Are they somehow pre-charged with electric potential energy from the capacitor itself? If so, how?