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

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              Cap. 8. cur
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              exiguæ aquę
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              guttæ ſupra
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              aquæ
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              aſcendunt.</s>
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              PROP. CLXXXVIII.
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              In fiſtulis strictioribus altiùs aqua eleuari debet, quàm in
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              latioribus, & in fistulis æqualibus, ſed in æqualiter ad
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              aquæ ſuperficiem inclinatis aqua ad eamdem
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              altitudinem eleuatur.
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              <s id="s.002035">ET primo loco percipitur quare in fiſtulis latio­
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              ribus aqua ad minorem altitudinem eleuatur,
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              quàm in ſubtiliſſimis, & anguſtiſſimis canalibus: &
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              eſt, quia adhærentia, & connexio aquæ parietibus
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              internis canalium maiorem proportionem ad molem
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              aquæ inſinuatæ extenſiuè, & intenſiuè in canaliculis
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              ſubtiliſſimis, habet quàm in amplis, & capacioribus.
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              <s id="s.002036">Et quoad extenſionem pertinet, quia vis adhæſionis
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              menſuratur à contactibus, & ideò à ſuperficie inter­
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              na canaliculorum, è contrà reſiſtentia menſuratur à
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              pondere cylindri aquei contenti in ijſdem canalicu­
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              lis, eſtque proportio cylindrorum aqueorum
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              altitudiais duplicata eius rationis, quam habent eo­
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              rum perimetri | interni, igitur quanto magis creſcit
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              interna canalis amplitudo, tantò magis minuitur ad­
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              hæſio, & augetur reſiſtentia ponderis ipſius aquæ
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                tentæ</expan>
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              <s id="s.002037">Imminuitur poſteà gradus intenſiuus internæ
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              adhæſionis, proptereà quod, vt dictum eſt ſupra,
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              eſt æquè valida facultas, & energia adhæſionis aquę,
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              & connexionis | cum parietibus internis |in | vniuerſo
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              illo argine montuoſo, ſed eſt minus efficax, quantò
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              magis ab internis parietibus remouetur. </s>
              <s id="s.002038">Modò iņ </s>
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