GCE A

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GCE AGeneral Certificate of Education Advanced Level (examination)
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Would they be happy if they were required to succeed in three or four GCE A Level subjects, the standard requirement British students should meet?
The cyclic voltammograms of the AChE-ChOx-immobilized biosensor based on a GCE as a function of acetylcholine concentration (Figure 10) exhibit the same patterns in accordance with acetylcholine concentration, while the oxidation peaks at +0.25 V increased slightly with increasing acetylcholine concentration, suggesting that the prepared AChE-ChOx-immobilized biosensor based on the GCE could be used to detect ACh concentration through cyclic voltammetry.
All the electrochemical experiments were carried out using CHI660A electrochemical workstation (USA) with three-electrode cell, modified GCE as working electrode, AgAgCl as reference, and Pt wire as counter electrode.
A conventional three-electrode system was used, including a saturated calomel electrode (SCE) as reference electrode, a platinum wire as counter electrode, and a bare or modified GCE as working electrode.
A conventional three-electrode system was used for all electrochemical experiments, which consisted of an Ag/AgCl (saturated KCl) as the reference electrode, a platinum wire as the auxiliary electrode, and a bare GCE (3 mm in radius) or modified GCE as working electrode.