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

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              ris compresſionem ſenſui repugnare: cum inclinata fiſtula
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              derumeſcat veſica, antequam ſuperficies mercurij ad illam
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              perueniat.
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              Quarta, &
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              quinta ratio
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              eiuſdem au­
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              thoris.</s>
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              Cap. 5. de ae
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              ris grauitate
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              æquilibrio,
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              ſtructura, &
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              vi elaterią
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              eius.</s>
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              PROP. CVI.
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              Veſica cyprina inflata Roberuallij in ſummitate fiſtulæ Tor­
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              ricellianæ
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              ſemper detumeſcit poſt huius inclinatio­
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              nem, & ratio huius effectus redditur.
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              <s id="s.001155">HOc profectò non ſemper accidit, præcipuè
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                do</expan>
              fiſtula capacem ampullam in ſummitate ha­
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              bet, in ea enim commodè aliqua aeris portio, quæ
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                per</expan>
              in fiſtulæ ſuprema parte remanet, aut ibidem col­
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              ligitur reduciturque poſtquàm ſegregatur à mercu­
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              rij ſubſtantia, per quam aſcendunt innumera granula
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              aerea partim viſibilia, partim inconſpicua ob minu­
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              tiem, & hæc quidem ad ſupremam mercurij ſuperfi­
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              ciem aſcendunt, & prout magis ad ſpatium vacuum
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              appropinquantur, eo magis creſcunt bullæ aereæ, in­
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              fianturque, & tandem expanduntur, diſſiliunt
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                turque</expan>
              in prædicto ſpatio vacuo, & hoc magis
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                ter</expan>
              obſeruatur ſi ſuprema hydrargyri cylindri ſuper­
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              ficies exigua aquæ portione cooperiatur, tunc gra­
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              nula aerea à mercurio aſcendentia videri poſſunt in
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              tranſitu per aquam tranſpicuam, quæ ſpeciem repre­
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              ſentant ebullitionis cuiuſdam compoſitæ ex prædi­
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              ctis particulis aereis inflatis, & velociſſimè
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              ex­
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              currentibus. </s>
              <s id="s.001156">His poſitis veſicula illa cyprina Rober­
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              uallij inclinata fiſtula ſolet detumeſcere antequam̨ </s>
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