Percussion pendulum, 1725. An experiment to investigate the inertia of bodies using two suspended weights whose movements could be accurately measured. From Physices Elementa Mathematica by WJ Gravesande, a 'popular' explanation of his friend Isaac Newton's Principia. (London, 1725).
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