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

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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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              <s id="s.001101">QVia verò ratiocinium hoc à viro doctiſſimo af­
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              fertur vt conuincens, &
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              , conabor, amo­
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              re veritatis, luculentèr exponere eius defectum, &
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              claritatis gratia operationem euidentiorem in ipſą
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              aqua conſiderabo ſimilem omninò ei quam præ ma­
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              nibus habemus. </s>
              <s id="s.001102">Sit vas profundiſſimum RTVS aere
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              plenum in cuius fundo pona­
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              tur ſcutella DF mercurio ple­
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              na, ſitque poſtea fiſtula vitrea
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              AC
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              perforata, & per­
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              uia cuius in fima pars C demer­
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              gatur infra mercurij libellam;
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              poſtea repleatur puteus aqua
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              vt vitri ſummitatem A non at­
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              tingat, & remaneat fiſtula exi­
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              nanita vt prius tunc quidem
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              ſenſu conſtat eleuari hydrar­
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              gyrum in fiſtula à C vſque ad
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              B quouſque mercurialis altitudo CB decima quarta
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              pars ſit aquæ altitudinis HG. hic iam quia effectus
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              eleuationis mercurij vſque ad B productus fuit ab a­
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              qua de nouo impoſita dubitandum
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              eſt ab eius gra­
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              uitate mercurium eleuatum fuiſſe, quod præterea
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              confirmatur ex æquipondio ipſius cylindri aquæ HG
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              cum mercuriali cylindro CB eiuſdem baſis; itaque in
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              libra CEG, vel in ſiphone tunc quieſcunt duo fluida,
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              mercurius nempè & aqua, cùm præcisè efficitur
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              æquilibrium; claudatur poſtea fiſtula in B interpoſita
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              nimirùm laminula non diſſimili ei, quàm in arundini-</s>
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