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

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              poteſt commoueri, & ſic repetitis conuolutionibus
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              ſursùm, & deorsùm ſecum tranſportare valet minu­
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              tiſſimas ſalis particulas, & hoc citiùs conſequitur ſi
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              agitatio
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              fuerit facta, nimirùm ab impellen­
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              te externo, vel ab ignis vehementia per vitri poroſi­
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              tates penetrante, & per aquam aſcendente; tameņ
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              quando in fiſtula anguſta, & alta non æquè commo­
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              dè, & facilè aqua agitari, vel ſemèl incepta agitatio­
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              ne promoueri non poteſt, tunc ſalis particulæ non a­
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              ſcendunt vſque ad
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              aquæ ſummitatem, quia
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              nimirùm, licèt aqua æquilibrata à qualibet vi motiua
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              moueri, & impelli poſſit, nihilominùs quando agita­
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              tio non eſt vehemens, & copioſa, citò extinguitur,
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              reliqua moles aquæ ſuprema non impulſa ob ſui na­
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              turalem inertiam, & aliqualem viſcoſitatem violen­
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              tiæ motus aliquo pacto reſiſtat, proindeque impreſ­
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              ſus motus in infimis aquæ particulis citò retardatur,
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              extinguitur que à reliquis aquę partibus in quiete
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              , & hac de cauſa motus debilis in fundo factus
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              propagari vſque ad vaſis ſummitatem non poteſt. </s>
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              Cap. 7. dę
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              natura flui­
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              ditatis.</s>
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              Fermenta­
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              tiones, & ex­
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              tractiones
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              chymicæ abſ­
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              que motu
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              fluidi men­
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              ſtrui fieri ne­
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              queunt; at du­
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              bitatu an
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              motus, qui in
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              fermentatio­
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              ne obſerua­
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              tur, ſit cauſa
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              vel effectus
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              fermentatio­
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              nis.</s>
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              <s id="s.001645">Inſuper, quòd prædictæ
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              , & tinctu­
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              ræ extractionum chymicarum
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              poſſint abſque
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              motu, & agitatione fluidi menſtrui,
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              , vt cer­
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              tum, & euidens, ſed dubitatur controuertiturque,
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              an motus, qui in fermentatione obſeruatur, ſit cau­
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              ſa, vel effectus eiuſdem fermentationis, ſcilicèt aņ
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              motus ille antecedenter ſit proprius fluidi corporis,
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              & fluiditatem conſtituat, ſitque cauſa effectiua fer­
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              mentationis, an è contrà diſſolutio ſalium, & reliquæ </s>
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