Agricola, Joseph ; Lang, Johann Baptist [Oth.]
Theoria Fulminum Per Electricitatem Illustrata — Heidelbergae: Typis Joannis Jacobi Hæner, Typographi Aulico-Academici, 1771 [VD18 14360268]

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in aliiul corpus transeuntis, transitus ills
non obtinebitur, husm6in utrnm^us ob-
tinuerit ele^tricitatem naturae ture compe-
tentem , akione L resilientia aequalibus.
Zt/o Lorpora s6 Lectualem eleKricitatis
grsilum rebacba nulla e6unt pbosnomeva,
quae mox ablparent, ubi uni aut utrique a6
motum fuerit corpus minore elsLbricltars
praealtum.
5-
Corpus
L01NMUM-
c»ur.
Lorpus /t-parutr/r ii i6io ele^ri-
co imponitur, coMMrorrcat 6 aut io-
lum coutinAit, aut corpus solo im-
politum. (lonclr/Kor vocatur cor-
pus Huc>6cunHuo temperi eleiliricum
per yuoci ele^iricitas 26 louAilH-
mum etiam spatium ea transLertur
celeritate, ut mora temporis nonnili
iLAerrime 6iKinZui ^ueat.
Nscbina 6r con<luKors communican-
tibns nulia eckuntur eleKricitatis pbos-
nomsna. patio : pboenomena elsiibricitatis
6escsinlunt ex sublato aequilibrio ( §. pras-
ce6. ) boc vero in calu constanter retine-
tur; tametsi c-nim ops kribtivnis wotusqus
intestini per eam excitati aliqu-o in Zlobo
particula; elsAricW a6 arcus repellentes
clelstos excutiantur in con6ul:l:orsm; excus-
sas tamen globus a mscbina, macbina a
terra recuperat, conaubtor autem quas
recepit mox in terram transmittit: svFula
iZitur bmc corpora conservabunt flatum
suum naturalem ruleoque inter sese Ltqui-
librium. 8i
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