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Properties of coplanar periodic electrodes in confined spaces: Case of two-dimensional diffusion

@article{Yevenes2018PropertiesOC,
  title={Properties of coplanar periodic electrodes in confined spaces: Case of two-dimensional diffusion},
  author={Cristian F. Guajardo Y'evenes and Werasak Surareungchai},
  journal={arXiv: Chemical Physics},
  year={2018}
}
Periodic configurations of electrodes, in particular of microelectrodes, have been of interest since the advent of microfabrication. In this report, theory which is common to any periodic cell (or any cell that can be extended periodically) with finite height and two-dimensional symmentry was derived. The diffusion equation in this cell was solved and the concentration profile was obtained in terms of its Fourier coefficients and as a function of an arbitrary current density. From this base… 

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