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

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              dem viro clariſſimo adductæ, inquit
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              enim:
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              Si ſegmentum IC mercurij ab ae­
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              ris exterioris cylindro ſuſtinetur, igitur
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              cylindrus exterior eamdem vim ſemper
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              habeat æqualem ſegmentum IC ſemper
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              ſustinet. </s>
              <s id="s.001128">Sed hoc experimento repugnat,
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              nam ſi tantulum aeris antequàm demit­
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              tatur mercurius in fiſtula relinquatur mer­
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              curius deſcendet infra C; in C autem ſuſti­
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              neri deberet ſi à cylindro aeris exterioris
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              ſuſtineretur vt patet &c.
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              Cap. 5. de ae­
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              ris grauitate
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              æquilibrio,
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              ſtructura, &
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              vi elaterią
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              eius.</s>
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              Tertium ar­
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              gumentum
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              eiuſdem au­
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              thoris.</s>
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              <s id="s.001131">Non latuit huius argumenti authorem reſponſio à
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              fautoribus contrariæ ſententiæ allata, nimirùm
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              illud
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              tantulum aeris infra fiſtulam relicti poſt deſcenſum mer­
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              curij liberiorem nanciſci campum, ac proindè cum ante com­
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              preſſus eſſet explicare ſeſe, ac dilatare, & premere ſuperfi­
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              ciem mercurij, vnde hic infra C deſcendit.
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              <s id="s.001132"> Sed inſtat di­
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              cendo;
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              tantam aeris compresſionem iam ſupra ſatis effi­
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              cacitèr ab ipſo refutatam fuiſſe.
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              <s id="s.001133">Sed an reuerà iure refutata fuerit, poſteriùs
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                demus</expan>
              , modò tantam aeris dilatationem argumento
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              ab eadem experientia deducto retinebimus;
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              interea erit operæpretium exponere quomodò, &
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              quando aer intra mercurium in fiſtula relictus expli­
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              cetur dilateturque. </s>
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