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Ezra Lucas Cates

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionClemson University
DepartmentDepartment of Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
Address342 Computer Court
Anderson, South Carolina 29625
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    1. Torkzadeh H, Zodrow KR, Bridges WC, Cates EL. Quantification and modeling of the response of surface biofilm growth to continuous low intensity UVC irradiation. Water Res. 2021 Apr 01; 193:116895. PMID: 33581401.
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    2. Cates EL, Torkzadeh H. Can incorporation of UVC LEDs into showerheads prevent opportunistic respiratory pathogens? - Microbial behavior and device design considerations. Water Res. 2020 Jan 01; 168:115163. PMID: 31614239.
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    3. Loeb SK, Alvarez PJJ, Brame JA, Cates EL, Choi W, Crittenden J, Dionysiou DD, Li Q, Li-Puma G, Quan X, Sedlak DL, David Waite T, Westerhoff P, Kim JH. The Technology Horizon for Photocatalytic Water Treatment: Sunrise or Sunset? Environ Sci Technol. 2019 03 19; 53(6):2937-2947. PMID: 30576114.
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    4. Hodges BC, Cates EL, Kim JH. Challenges and prospects of advanced oxidation water treatment processes using catalytic nanomaterials. Nat Nanotechnol. 2018 08; 13(8):642-650. PMID: 30082806.
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    5. Sahu SP, Cates SL, Kim HI, Kim JH, Cates EL. The Myth of Visible Light Photocatalysis Using Lanthanide Upconversion Materials. Environ Sci Technol. 2018 03 06; 52(5):2973-2980. PMID: 29405068.
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    6. Cates EL. Photocatalytic Water Treatment: So Where Are We Going with This? Environ Sci Technol. 2017 01 17; 51(2):757-758. PMID: 28060491.
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    7. Johnson TA, Rehak EA, Sahu SP, Ladner DA, Cates EL. Correction to Bacteria Inactivation via X-ray-Induced UVC Radioluminescence: Toward in Situ Biofouling Prevention in Membrane Modules. Environ Sci Technol. 2017 01 03; 51(1):751. PMID: 27977151.
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    8. Johnson TA, Rehak EA, Sahu SP, Ladner DA, Cates EL. Bacteria Inactivation via X-ray-Induced UVC Radioluminescence: Toward in Situ Biofouling Prevention in Membrane Modules. Environ Sci Technol. 2016 11 01; 50(21):11912-11921. PMID: 27740769.
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    9. Moor KJ, Cates EL, Kim JH. Porous Silicon's Photoactivity in Water: Insights into Environmental Fate. Environ Sci Technol. 2016 Jan 19; 50(2):756-64. PMID: 26741883.
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    10. Cates EL, Kim JH. Bench-scale evaluation of water disinfection by visible-to-UVC upconversion under high-intensity irradiation. J Photochem Photobiol B. 2015 Dec; 153:405-11. PMID: 26555644.
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    11. Cates EL. Comment on "Intimate Coupling of Photocatalysis and Biodegradation for Degrading Phenol Using Different Light Types: Visible Light vs UV Light". Environ Sci Technol. 2015 Nov 03; 49(21):13075-6. PMID: 26486255.
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    12. Park GW, Cho M, Cates EL, Lee D, Oh BT, Vinjé J, Kim JH. Fluorinated TiO2 as an ambient light-activated virucidal surface coating material for the control of human norovirus. J Photochem Photobiol B. 2014 Nov; 140:315-20. PMID: 25222145.
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    13. Cates SL, Cates EL, Cho M, Kim JH. Synthesis and characterization of visible-to-UVC upconversion antimicrobial ceramics. Environ Sci Technol. 2014 Feb 18; 48(4):2290-7. PMID: 24533600.
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    14. Cates EL, Chinnapongse SL, Kim JH, Kim JH. Engineering light: advances in wavelength conversion materials for energy and environmental technologies. Environ Sci Technol. 2012 Nov 20; 46(22):12316-28. PMID: 23113803.
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    15. Cates EL, Cho M, Kim JH. Converting visible light into UVC: microbial inactivation by Pr(3+)-activated upconversion materials. Environ Sci Technol. 2011 Apr 15; 45(8):3680-6. PMID: 21428395.
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    16. Cho M, Cates EL, Kim JH. Inactivation and surface interactions of MS-2 bacteriophage in a TiO2 photoelectrocatalytic reactor. Water Res. 2011 Feb; 45(5):2104-10. PMID: 21216427.
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