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

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              mit eius fundum, non verò
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              ſtagnantis mer­
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              curij C, & ſic mercurius comprimitur tantummodò à
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              Cap. 5. de ae­
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              æquilibrio,
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              ſtructura, &
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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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              PROP. CXV.
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              Mercurius in fiſtula Torricellian a altiùs eleuabitur
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              aer
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              nebulis pluuioſis impregnatur, at postquam pluuia
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              delapſa eſt, denuò mercurius in fistulæ
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              deprimitur.
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              <s id="s.001248">AB hoc euidentiſſimo experimento problema no­
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              ſtrum ſolui poſſe cenſeo, quandoquidem quid
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              aliud ſunt nebulæ pluuioſæ, ſcilicèt aqua grauidæ,
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              quàm aggregatum ex innumeris granulis minutiſſi­
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              mis aqueis? </s>
              <s id="s.001249">& cùm prædicta nebula in altiſſimis ae­
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              ris partibus innatat, vellentiſſimo
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              motu aquæ particulæ eius
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              , procùl dubio ſuo pondere na­
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              turali augent aeris
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              , ideo­
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              que maiori niſu globum
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              comprimunt, quam aer purus, &
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              aqueis guttulis omninò priuatus
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              conſtringere eum poſſit: & ideò fi­
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              ſtula mercurialis ABC in infimo
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              prædicto aere conſtituta compri­
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              mitur nedùm à pondere ſuperſtan­
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              tis aeris, ſed præterea à ponderę
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              totius aquæ nebulam ſupremam̨
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              componentis: itaque per aliquod tempus
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