This survey is intended for current MFT users. If you are instead considering purchase of a MFT, please take the survey at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/prospectivemftusers

What is your name?

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* 1. What is your name?

What is your position?

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* 2. What is your position?

What institution or private practice are you affiliated with?

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* 3. What institution or private practice are you affiliated with?

What is your e-mail address?

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* 4. What is your e-mail address?

Where is the MFT located?

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* 5. Where is the MFT located?

How long has the MFT been in use, and who was the individual responsible for its initial setup?

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* 6. How long has the MFT been in use, and who was the individual responsible for its initial setup?

Who is the individual providing current training on the use and maintenance of the MFT?

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* 7. Who is the individual providing current training on the use and maintenance of the MFT?

What types of objects or collections are monitored with MFT?

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* 8. What types of objects or collections are monitored with MFT?

Is the MFT available for use by other institutions or individuals? If so, what is the criteria for requesting access and/or service?

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* 9. Is the MFT available for use by other institutions or individuals? If so, what is the criteria for requesting access and/or service?

What is the MFT light source (e.g., Xenon Arc, LED)?

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* 10. What is the MFT light source (e.g., Xenon Arc, LED)?

What is the analysis head of the MFT (e.g., 0/45, Retroreflective, Contact)?

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* 11. What is the analysis head of the MFT (e.g., 0/45, Retroreflective, Contact)?

What type of spectrometer is used to collect MFT data?

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* 12. What type of spectrometer is used to collect MFT data?

How is MFT data presented (e.g., Getty Spectral Viewer, Microsoft Excel/Powerpoint)?

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* 13. How is MFT data presented (e.g., Getty Spectral Viewer, Microsoft Excel/Powerpoint)?

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