There is a massive charged particle \((m = \SI{4}{\kg}, q = \SI{2}{\coulomb}) \) at rest at the origin \((x = \SI{0}{\m})\) at time \(t = 0\). The particle is influenced by an electric field oriented purely in the \(x\) direction. Its value is given by:

\[E_x = 3e^{-t} \hspace{0.2cm} \frac{\text{V}}{\text{m}}\]

As time tends toward infinity, the particle's kinetic energy converges upon what limiting value (in Joules, to 1 decimal place)?

Note: All physical quantities are in standard SI units.

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