When working with highly charged scans, each fragment ion may be present in the various charge states within the same scan.
For long peptides, this can easily lead to very messy scans that are difficult to interpret let alone validate. In such cases, it can be
useful to "deconvolute" the scans into containing only one singly charged peak for each fragment.
If any ion is present at more than one charge state, sat +2 and +3, both peaks are recalculated into the +1 m/z value, and the
intensities are added.
finally, all deconvoluted scans are saved into a new MGF file.