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Whither burning waters & hot spirits be of small sphericall & ovall figured parts & have many such globuli as fire is of they are 1 because such are easliest seperated in distillations 2 because they are easliest agitated & so heate & enliven men 3 they must have many small & sollid attomes in them because so easly fired.
Why doth hot water first contract it selfe (viz in cooleing) & then dilate it selfe before & as it freezeth.
Why doth salt & snow freese other water. & why is heated water sooner frozen than raw water.