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

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              Cap. 7. de
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              Cap. 7. dę
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              PROP. CLI.
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              Maior, & velocior aquæ commotio, quæ in ſalium diſſolu­
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              tione obſeruatur, non pendet ab intrinſece, & natura­
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              li motu aquæ, ſed à ſimplici eius gra­
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              uitate.
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              <s id="s.001669">COgitemus poſtea ſalem eſſe
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              ab aqua diſ­
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              ſolubilem, qui conſtat ex ſuis minimis parti­
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              culis figuratis non vndequaque ſe tangentibus, con­
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              nexiſque, & proindè ſalis gleba habet innumeros
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              porulos, & canaliculos interſperſos, qui vt
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              non replentur, nec occupantur ab aere, cùm ſint val­
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              <s id="s.001670">Conſtat aliundè, quod
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              aqua facillimè ſali vnitur, connectitur, eiuſque po­
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              roſitates penetrat, contra, ac in pumice, ligno, & alijs
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              corporibus contingit, in quibus madefactio, & a­
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              quæ penetratio non fit, niſi longo tempore, & diffi­
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              cilè (ſiuè hoc pendeat ab aere contento in horum̨
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              poroſitatibus, ſiuè ab incongruentia pororum.) Ex
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              hac, inquam, maxima facilitate, qua aqua ſalibus in­
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              ſinuatur, licet inferre, quòd motu velociori accurrat
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              ad occupanda illa ſalium foraminula, & ideò maio­
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              ri, & vehementiori impetu diſſoluat ſe paretque par­
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              ticulas ſalium, eaſque vehementius quoque impellat
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              vnà cum reliqua ambiente aqua, quæ ne dum conſe­
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              quutiuo motu celeriùs agitatur, ſed etiam ab aſcenſu
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              leuiorum particularum, quæ in porulis ſalium conti-</s>
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