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

Table of figures

< >
[171. Figure]
[172. Figure]
[173. Figure]
[174. Figure]
[175. Figure]
[176. Figure]
[177. Figure]
[178. Figure]
[179. Figure]
[180. Figure]
[181. Figure]
[182. Figure]
[183. Figure]
[184. Figure]
[185. Figure]
[186. Figure]
< >
page |< < of 579 > >|
    <archimedes>
      <text>
        <body>
          <chap>
            <p type="main">
              <s id="s.001221">
                <pb pagenum="237" xlink:href="010/01/245.jpg"/>
                <arrow.to.target n="marg316"/>
                <lb/>
              hiberi deſcenſum mercurij BF, quæ compreſſio facta
                <lb/>
              fuit à cylindro aereo incumbente SG ope eius na­
                <lb/>
              tiuæ grauitatis. </s>
            </p>
            <p type="margin">
              <s id="s.001222">
                <margin.target id="marg316"/>
              Cap. 5. de ae­
                <lb/>
              ris grauitate
                <lb/>
              æquilibrio,
                <lb/>
              ſtructura, &
                <lb/>
              vi elaterią
                <lb/>
              eius.</s>
            </p>
            <p type="main">
              <s id="s.001223">Non eſt neceſsè vt hìc repetam
                <expan abbr="experimẽta">experimenta</expan>
              innu­
                <lb/>
              mera, quæ paſſim obuia
                <expan abbr="sũt">sunt</expan>
              , de quibus Roberuallius,
                <lb/>
              Merſennus, Pecquetus, Boile, Gaſſendus, & plures
                <lb/>
              alij ſcripſerunt, & tandem prodijt liber experimen­
                <lb/>
              torum noſtræ Academiæ Experimentalis Mediceæ;
                <lb/>
              ex his enim euincitur, ab aere ambiente mercurium̨
                <lb/>
              in fiſtula ſubleuari, quandoquidem quotieſcumque
                <lb/>
              aer exſugitur, ſeu prohibetur eius compreſſio ſuper
                <lb/>
              ſtagnantem mercurium, tunc deprimitur mercurius
                <lb/>
              infra ſupremum ſignum in fiſtula, & ſi hoc fiat in ſpa­
                <lb/>
              tio vacuo, ſcilicèt in loco à quo aer excluſus ſit, tunc
                <lb/>
              quidem mercurius omninò deprimitur, & è contrà
                <lb/>
              adueniente aere ſubitò mercurius in prædicta fiſtula
                <lb/>
              eleuatur. </s>
              <s id="s.001224">idipſum accidit in aqua. </s>
            </p>
            <p type="main">
              <s id="s.001225">
                <emph type="center"/>
              PROP. CXIII.
                <emph.end type="center"/>
              </s>
            </p>
            <p type="main">
              <s id="s.001226">
                <emph type="center"/>
                <emph type="italics"/>
              Suadetur aeris difformis grauitas ex inæquali mercurij ele
                <lb/>
              uatione in fiſtula, prout altitudo aeris maior, aut mi­
                <lb/>
              nor fuerit.
                <emph.end type="italics"/>
                <emph.end type="center"/>
              </s>
            </p>
            <p type="main">
              <s id="s.001227">PRætere a euidentiſſimum eſt, mercurium in prædi­
                <lb/>
              cta fiſtula eò magis deprimi infra altitudinem̨
                <lb/>
              vnius cubiti, & quadrantis, quò magis
                <expan abbr="inſtrumentũ">inſtrumentum</expan>
                <lb/>
              eleuatur à plano ſubiecto, ſic Dominus Paſchalius in
                <lb/>
              montibus Aruerniæ expertus eſt in radice montis
                <lb/>
              mercurij altitudinem fuiſſe pollicum 27. cum tribus </s>
            </p>
          </chap>
        </body>
      </text>
    </archimedes>