Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso, De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus, 1670

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              aqua communis; quantò ille leuior eſt aqua commu­
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              ni, ergò reſiſtentia quam aqua in fert veſicæ
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              reciprocè habet, quam ſpiritus vini leuitas ad aquæ
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              <s id="s.000612">Quapropter aqua communis
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              duplò reſiſtentior erit quàm ſpiritus vini, veluti iſte
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              <s id="s.000613">Modò, quia aduerſarius
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              ſupponit, quòd conatus, & impetus quo aſcendit
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              aerea veſica per prædicta duo fluida menſurari de­
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              beat ab exceſſu, ſeu differentia leuitatum
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              corporum, igitur aerea veſica B, quæ tres gradùs le­
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              uitatis habebat, aſcendet per
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              A vnum gradum
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              leuitatis habentem conatu, ſeu impetu menſurato à
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              graduum, ſed in ſpiritu vini O qui duos gradus leui­
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              tatis habebat, aſcendet, eadem pila B impetu æquali
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              differentiæ leuitatum
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              corporum, quæ erit
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              vnius ſolummodò gradus, & hæc quidem
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              ex demonſtratis in pr. 48. & 52. qua proptèr ra­
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              tione differentiarum inter leuitatem corporis B, &
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              leuitates prædictorum fluidorum veſica B per aquam
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              aſcendet conatu, & impetu duplo eius, quo per ſpi­
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              ritum vini eleuatur; nihilominùs velocitas qua præ­
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              dicta veſica B aſcendit in aqua, non poterit eſſe du­
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              pla eius, qua ſublimatur in ſpiritu vini, licèt virtus, &
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              energia, qua impellitur per aquam dupla ſit eius,
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              quæ in ſpiritu vini exercetur, proptereà quod ſuper­
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