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

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              do generali demonſtrabimus ſuppoſito quòd aer iņ
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              aqua aſcendat
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              virtute propriæ leuitatis, ſed per
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              extruſionem medij fluidi tunc figura aeris
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                tis</expan>
              per aquam neceſſariò erit conuexa ſupernè, & in­
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              feriùs excauata, & è contrà ſuppoſito quòd aer inter­
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              no principio leuitatis per aquam aſcenderet, deberet
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              figura aeris aſcendentis tumorem, & rotunditatem̨
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              habere tùm ex parte ſuprema, tùm ex parte ſubiecta. </s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              PROP. LXXII.
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              Et primo oſtendendum est, quòd quodlibet fluidum intra
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              aliud fluidum tranſlatum ſiuè virtute propria, ſiuè alie­
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              na violentia impulſum, dummodò eius partes non diſ­
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              ſipentur in ipſo fluido in quo mouetur, ſed ſe
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              mutuò contingant, & vniantur, neceſſariò
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              tumorem, & rotundam figuram acqui­
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              ret in parte anteriori mo­
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              tus eius.
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              <s id="s.000739">QVodlibet fluidum
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              naturali inſtin­
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              ctu videtur ſponte coaleſcere, ac ſimul in ſuo
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              toto partes ſuas conglutinare, vt videmus partes ae­
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              ris libentèr, & auidè viciſſim vniri, & difficiliùs ab
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              inuicem diſtrahi ſepararique, ſic quoque partes aquę
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              vniuntur, conglobanturque ſphæricè
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              ſibi mutuò approximantur, itaut ex duabus guttulis
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              vna ſuper aliam excurrendo, & ſe mutuò
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                do</expan>
              vnicam ampliorem guttam
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              , eſtque tàm
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              tenax huiuſmodi vnio, & vinculum partium aquæ, vt </s>
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