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

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              do tumidum
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              <s id="s.001961">Verùm minus grauis mercu­
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              rij moles in ſtrictiori fiſtula contenti faciliùs ſuſpen­
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              ditur, quàm grauior moles eiuſdem latiorem
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              ris fiſtulæ ſuperficie ſeparatur,
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              ab interna latio­
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              ris fiſtulæ ſuperficie, & proinde altius, vel ſaltem
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              minùs altè ſeparari deberet mercurij monticulus GF
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              quàm CA. poſtea aer perimetris in­
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              ternis vtriuſque fiſtulæ adhærens æ­
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              què impeditur, & propterea æquè
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              aeris preſſiones debilitatę viribus æ­
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              qualibus ſubiectum mercurium
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              debent; at intermediæ par­
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              tes aeris versùs axes cylindrorum
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              inæqua­
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              les vires compreſſiuas habebunt, eò quòd inæquali­
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              tèr à ſuperficiebus internis vaſorum recedunt, quare
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              aer incumbens mercurio in A maiori vi eum compri­
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              met, ac contundet, quàm aer incumbens mercurio
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              in G, igitur validiori vi retundetur monticulus tumi­
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              dus BAD quàm EGL, & ideo altior erit monticulus
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              mercurij EGL, quàm BAD; ſed hoc eſt falſum, multò
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              enim maior eſt altitudo CA quàm FG, ergo aeris vis
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              compreſſiua nullam inæqualitatem ſortitur, vel non
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              talis eſt vt tàm inſignes varietates producere valeat,
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              ſcilicèt non eleuarentur argines illi aquei ęquè ab ae­
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              re compreſſi, ac reliqua aquæ ſuperficies horizonta­
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              ſtens
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              poſſet eleuare argines aqueos parietibus fi­
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