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

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              prout magis vis elaſtica aeris libertatem nacta am­
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              pliare dilatareque eaſdem ampullas poteſt. </s>
              <s id="s.002961">certiſſi­
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              mum ergo eſt intra aquam contineri innumeras aeris
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              particulas ſenſui non manifeſtas, aliquando magis,
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              aliquando minùs copioſas; nec mirum eſt, aerem le­
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              uem intra grauius fluidum retineri poſſe, cùm no­
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              uum non ſit ob molis minutiem corpuſcula varia, tum
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              grauiſſima, cum leuiſſima intra aquam retineri, &
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              quieſcere poſſe, vt ſuperius inſinuatum eſt. </s>
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              Cap. 13. cau­
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              ſa rarefacti­
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              onis glaciei
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              affertur.</s>
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              Cap. 13. cau­
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              ſa rarefacti­
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              onis glaciei
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              affertur.</s>
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              <s id="s.002964">Inſuper ſenſu conſtat, quòd in glacie innumeræ
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              ampullæ aere refertæ ſparſim reperiuntur, vt pluri­
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              mùm ſphæricæ, ſi paruulæ fuerint, conformantur, at ſi
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              grandiores fuerint, oblongæ ſunt, & multoties
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              plurium fiſtularum repręſentant, quæ aliquando me­
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              dietatem ſpatij totius glaciei adęquant; vt verò con­
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              ſtaret an prædictæ ampullæ glaciei eſſent vacuæ, vel
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              aere plenæ, eiuſdem glaciei fruſtum intra aquam flui­
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              dam demerſi, poſtea ſtylo ferreo acuto diligentèr e­
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              ius cruſtam ſolidam perforaui vſque ad ampullas, &
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              tunc remoto ſtylo egrediebatur ab illo ſpatio am­
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              pulla corporea aerea, quæ in tranſitu per aquam flui­
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              dam ſuum ſpatium ſphęricum | occupabat, quouſquę
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              ad aeris confinium perducta ibidem difflaret, & cum
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              eo commiſceretur. </s>
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              PROP. CCLXXIV.
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              Minimæ particulæ aquam componentes minores ſunt par­
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              ticulis aerem componentibus.
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              <s id="s.002967">HOc plurima experimenta perſuadent; videmus
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              enim, quod aquæ particulæ per vaſis fictilis, </s>
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