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

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              eleuatur per ſpatium BE; ſi poſteà eadem fiſtulą
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              profundiùs demergatur infra aquam, vel inclinetur,
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              aqua exucta maius ſpatium BC occupa­
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              bit. </s>
              <s id="s.002010">His poſitis tranſportetur integra fiſtu­
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              la vnà cum aqua
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              ab aqua ad aerem,
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              perpendicularitèr tamen erecta ad planum
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              horizontis tunc effluere cunctanter conſpi­
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              citur ab infimo orificio B guttula quædam,
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              quæ ſenſim colligitur, tumeſcitque; & hoc
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              contingit quando valdè excedens eſt alti­
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              tudo aquę BC, at ſi
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              nimia fuerit, quieſcet
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              in ſitu perpendiculari abſque eo quòd ex
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              orificio B defluat noua aquæ gutta. </s>
              <s id="s.002011">Modò
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              aqua ſupra
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              E versùs C perſeuerat
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              fiſtulæ B contingat aquam vaſis, vel guttulam D ſu­
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              ſpenſam à palma manus, vel adhærentem externæ,
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              & extremæ parti ipſius fiſtulæ B, videbis aquam BC
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              deprimi deorsùm vſque ad E, vbi nimirùm conſiſte­
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              bat aqua exucta è vaſe, quando interna cauitas hu­
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              mectata fuerat; è contrà ſi altitudo aquę internæ val­
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              de diminuta fuerit, vt BG, tunc quidem in contactu
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              guttulæ inferioris augetur eius altitudo exugendo
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              nimirùm aquam ipſius guttulæ D. </s>
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              Cap. 8. cur
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              exiguæ aquæ
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              guttæ ſupra
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              aquæ
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              aſcendunt.</s>
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              <s id="s.002013">Ratio huius admirandi effectus videtur pendere
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              ex legibus æquilibrij aquæ externæ, & internæ. </s>
              <s id="s.002014">pri­
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              mò quando gutta pendula D adhæret inſimo fiſtulæ
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              orificio, concipere debemus ſuperficiem externam̨
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              prædictæ guttulæ pendentis eſſe veluti ſacculum, vel
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              burſam compoſitam ex machinulis aqueis variè con-</s>
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