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

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              aeris contenti, propterea præualere poteſt exceſſus
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              grauitatis aeris ambientis ſupra mercurium in fiſtu­
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              la eleuatum. </s>
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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 elateria
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              eius.</s>
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              <s id="s.001175">Affert poſtea ſeptimam rationem:
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              Si poſtquam mer­
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              curius ſubſidit vas infimum claudatur vt nulla rima ſu-
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              perſit, per quam aer ſubeat, non tamen propterea mercurius
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              ſubſidit, ſed tunc non ſuſtinetur à cylindro aeris, quia ſcili­
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              cèt non est applicatus.
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              Septima in­
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              ſtantia.</s>
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              <s id="s.001177">Huic argumento primus omnium reſpondit Cla­
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              riſſimus Torricellius in epiſtola ad Clariſſimum Mi­
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              chaelem Angelum Riccium miſſa, quam humaniſſi­
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              mè mihi communicauit anno 1658. eamque Floren­
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              tiæ poſteà Sereniſſimo Principi Leopoldo tradidi, &
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              inter amicos euulgaui. </s>
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              PROP. CIX.
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              Licèt operculo impediatur aeris presſio ſupra
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              ſta­
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              gnantem in ſcutella, tamen quia aer relictus ibidem
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              remanet eodem modo preſſus, & conſtipatus
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              ac prius poteſt mercurium in fistula ad
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              eamdem altitudinem re­
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              tinere.
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              <s id="s.001180">IS habet, quod
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              intercipitur prohibeturque
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              commercium inter ambientem aerem, & eum, qui
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              immediatè ſuperficiem ſtagnantis mercurij tangit
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              poſito nimirùm operculo, vt v. g. quando in fiſtulą
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              inflexa ABG mercurius eleuatur vſque ad
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              BF vnius cubiti, & quadrantis relicto ſpatio inani </s>
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