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We present measurements of the fluorescence of emitters located in close proximity (dϽ) to metallic grating surfaces. By measuring both the spontaneous emission lifetime and angle-dependent radiation pattern of a monolayer of dye molecules as a function of their separation from planar and periodically corrugated mirrors of increasing modulation depth, we are able to examine the effect of varying the surface profile on the emission process. Both the distance dependence of the lifetime and thedoi:10.1103/physrevb.64.125405 fatcat:ewdvyddfdnci3h2ulkxemawvyq