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Major New Release – February 2019 (v. 3.4). Major enhancement of mechanisms and their rates for all fragmentation types (EI, Tandem positive and negative mode), with new display features, isotope calculator and updated on-line help. This program connects mass spectral peaks to their probable chemical structure origin and can be quickly invoked from the NISTMS program with the F9 key.
Version 3.4 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 3.4” or later.
Link to download MS Interpreter is below. There is “Read Me” file inside the archive with installation instruction.
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