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

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              prohibeat ingreſſum, aut exitum aquæ, vel aeri;
                <expan abbr="tã-dem">tan­
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                dem</expan>
              aptetur tenuiſſimum filum æneum CFE,
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              in particulas æquales, ſeu gra­
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              dus. </s>
              <s id="s.001291">Poſtea in fundo vaſis D in­
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              cludantur granula exigua plum­
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              bi quouſque vniuerſam
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              CAB
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              infra aquæ libel­
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              lam PR, ita tamen vt ampullą
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              CB
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              pertingat ad fundum va­
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              ſis Q, ſed innatet, & ſecetur fi­
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              lum æneum CE à libella aquæ
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              PR in aliquo eius puncto inter­
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              medio F. </s>
              <s id="s.001292">His præparatis
                <expan abbr="debẽt">debent</expan>
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              tres prędictæ ampullæ tempera­
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              ri in eodem loco, & eodem vaſe aqueo, impleantur­
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              que aere eiuſdem cubiculi ad
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              turris, vel
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                tis</expan>
              poſiti, & in hiſce omnibus notetur ſignum fili F,
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              quod aquæ ſuperficiem tangit, & adhibitis vulgari­
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              bus termometris notetur gradus caliditatis tùm ae­
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              ris cubiculi, tùm aquæ
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              vaſis. </s>
              <s id="s.001293">poſtea duæ am­
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              pullæ
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              vna ad ſummitatem alicuius tur­
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              ris vel montis, reliquare ponatur medio loco inter
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                mitatem</expan>
              , & radicem, ſeu baſim eius, & ibidem ape­
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              riantur, vt raritatem aeris montani acquirant (arti­
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              ficiosè aere temperato ſi opus fuerit vt ad eumdem
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              caliditatis gradum reducantur, quem in cubiculo ha­
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              buerat;) poſtea denuò ampullæ claudantur, atquę
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              intra idipſum cubiculum aſportentur, & ibidem in­
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              tra aquam demerſæ, apparebunt differentiæ à primą </s>
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