Mass Spectrometry Data center
New Interim Version. Final version expected by Aug. 2018.
This is a utility developed and used in the NIST Mass Spectrometry Data Center to assist in the evaluation of mass spectra. It finds possible structural origins of peaks in a mass spectrum and provides formula and isotopic processing utilities. It can operate in conjunction with the NIST MS Search Program or standalone.
Version 3.2 replaces all earlier versions under 32-bit and 64-bit Windows.
MS Interpreter was described in a poster in the meeting of the International Mass Spectrometry Society, Edinburgh, UK, 2003, “An Automated Method for Verifying Structure-Spectral Consistency Based on Ion Thermochemistry”
A presentation (PDF) from ASMS 2018 is also available for download (569.37 KiB)
No documentation is available except built-in help system. Select Help/What's New from MS Interpreter menu to get a list of newly added features, or open file MSPCALC.chm
The following instructions assume that you have a earlier version of MS Interpreter installed on your PC.
The following instructions assume that you do not have a earlier version of MS Interpreter installed on your PC.
The MS Interpreter window should pop up and display the selected spectrum and (if present) the chemical structure. The Help/About box should display “MS Interpreter Version 3.2” or later.
Link to download MS Interpreter is below. There is “Read Me” file inside the archive with installation instruction.
|Download Mass Spectrum Interpreter Ver.3.2 (1.71 MiB)|