An amperometric enzyme electrode for the measurement of ethanol is described. The electrode uses ethanol dehydrogenase and a conducting organic salt electrode to oxidise NADH. A kinetic model for this type of electrode is presented. The rate limiting are shown to be the enzyme kinetics and the Michaelis constant measured for the electrode is found to be in good agreement with that measured in homogeneous solution.
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