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Microelectrode arrays find broad application in electroanalysis offering the enhanced sensitivity associated with microelectrodes, but with a high total current output. Such arrays are often constructed to make the electrodes 'diffusionally independent'. To emphasize that this is a time dependent property, a two-dimensional simulation, in conjunction with the diffusional domain approach, is used to model potential step transient currents at microelectrode arrays. Two types of array, hexagonaldoi:10.1039/b816223a pmid:19173060 fatcat:pt4brch7gnc2pagimby2r76g2y