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

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              inuicem conantur recedere; quare ratione motus
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              aqua inferiùs, & poſticè recurrens non impellet
                <expan abbr="oleũ">oleum</expan>
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              ictum fugiens, nec proindè eius figuram AHC
                <expan abbr="cõ-tundere">con­
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                tundere</expan>
              , & explanare poteſt. </s>
              <s id="s.000778">Igitur in hoc caſu duo
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              impetus inter ſe contrarij, & ab inuicem receden­
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              tes reperiuntur leuitatis olei, nimirùm, ſursùm ab H
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              versùs E, aquæ verò conatus inferiùs tendentis ab
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              H versùs I, igitur hæc duo corpora oleum AHCB,
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              & aqua ſubiecta MACK ſe mutuò tantummodò tan­
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              gent placidiſſimo amplexu abſque vlla pugna, & re­
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              pulſu, vt nimirùm aqua oleum non impellat, neque
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              hoc illam repellat, igitur oleum ABCH multò minùs
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              comprimi, ac contundi debetin H ab aqua ſubie­
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              cta deorsùm premente, quàm contundebatur poſticè
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              ab oleo incumbente, quando nimirum intra oleum̨
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              deſcendebat, & pondus eiuſdem olei incumbentis
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              patiebatur (in vtroque enim caſu recurſus fluidi ad
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              ſpatium replendum æquè reperitur, & proindè ne­
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              que nocet, neque adiuuat prædictum effectum) ſed
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              ex antepræmiſſa propoſitione aqua per oleum deci­
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              dens à vi natiua grauitatis impulſa retinet tumorem
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              eleuationemque
                <expan abbr="cõuexam">conuexam</expan>
              in poſtica parte eius mo­
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              tus, igitur multò magis eleuari deberet tumor iņ
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              oleo per aquam aſcendente in parte poſteriore mo­
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              tus eius ſi ab intrinſeca leuitate eleuaretur, qua pro­
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              ptèr erit omninò impoſſibile, vt oleum, vel aer dum
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              aſcendit per aquam, excauetur in parte infima eius
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              baſis,
                <expan abbr="quãdo">quando</expan>
              nimirùm ſursùm fertur ab interno prin­
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              cipio leuitatis, quod demonſtrandum fuerat. </s>
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