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Definition of "semiempirical" [semiempirical]

  • Partially empirical (and partially theoretical) (adjective)

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Use "semiempirical" in a sentence
  • "A semiempirical downscaling approach for predicting regional temperature impacts associated with climatic change."
  • "“Using semiempirical models of densification applied to past Vostok climate conditions, Barnola et al. 1991 reported that the age difference between air and ice may be ~6000 years during the coldest periods instead of ~4000 years, as previously assumed.”"
  • "I apply a variety of computational methods, semiempirical and nonempirical, as well as qualitative arguments, to problems of structure and reactivity of both organic and inorganic molecules of medium size."
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