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GCE

General Certificate of Education: a public examination in specified subjects taken in English and Welsh schools at the ages of 17 and 18. The GCSE has replaced the former GCE O-level for 16-year-olds
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With this acquisition, GCE will become the operator of a vertically integrated PGM recovery plant and will be positioned to compete in the PGM recovery industry.
Before the sample was modified, GCE was mechanically polished to obtain a mirror-like finish with 0.3 and 0.05 [micro]m of alumina slurry.
A glassy carbon electrode (GCE, 2-mm diameter, Metrohm) was polished with 0.3 and 0.05 um aluminum slurries and rinsed thoroughly with triply distilled water.
The new GCE had a great liberalising effect on schools and college examinations.
De acuerdo con un analisis interno elaborado por el PRI, GCE "es parte del esquema de mercadotecnia electoral que maneja Alejandro Quintero", vicepresidente de Comercializacion de Televisa y uno de los principales artifices de la campana de mercadotecnia del gobernador mexiquense Enrique Pena Nieto.
GCE ensures that all cleaning machinery remains in good shape and that cleaning consumables are replaced quickly and efficiently.
He added that these are places left vacant following the end of the allocation process made on the basis of the Pancyprian Examinations results, noting that his year, due to the small number of applicants, just 4 or 5 of these places will be allocated to students who have successfully passed international exams such as the GCE A Levels.
The unions' argument that the state National University Entrance Exams (NUEE) are more difficult that the GCE A level exams strikingly betrays their ignorance concerning exams of this nature, for a GCE A level exam is not only stiffer than the NUEE but more importantly contains questions which require critical and creative thinking that in no way can the candidate find in a book in order to memorise and drily transfer onto the paper.
Meanwhile, the GCE Advance Level examination will commence on Monday at 2678 centers.
The aim of the present study was to develop a multiwalled (MW)CNT-modified glassy carbon electrode (GCE) for electroanalytical determination of TX and to investigate the electro-oxidative behavior of TX with voltammetric methods.
The Quality Assurance Task Force includes representatives from Infineon, NXP, TSMC, UMC, ASE, Unimicron and GCE. During the group's first meeting, participants discussed ideas for improving quality management in semiconductor manufacturing, agreeing on a first step to ensure a QA-friendly environment with quality requirements for various stages of chip making, from design, manufacturing, packaging and testing to PCB and CCL production.
Pupils have picked up a raft of awards in GCSE, IGCSE and GCE examinations and their successes will further inspire this year's crop of students currently sitting mock tests, believes delighted executive head Jeff Smith.