Arrangements connected with Claus' formula are obtained by placing six **tetrahedra** on the six triangles formed by the diagonals of a plane hexagon.

The form in which the **tetrahedra** are all on one side, afterwards discussed by J.

Loschmidt (Monats., 1890, II, p. 28), would not give stereo-isomers; and the arrangement of placing the **tetrahedra** on alternate sides, a form afterwards developed by W.

Two parallel triangular faces are removed from a cardboard model of a regular octahedron, and on the remaining six faces **tetrahedra** are then placed; the hydrogen atoms are at the free angles.

Respectively, and a series of **tetrahedra** having Q as one vertex.

5 shows how the octahedron with furrowed edge may be constructed from two interpenetrating **tetrahedra** (shown in dotted lines).

R shows a combination of two **tetrahedra**, in which the four faces of one tetrahedron are larger than the four faces of the other; further, the two sets of faces differ in surface FIG.

Beautiful isolated **tetrahedra** of transparent yellow blende are found in the snow-white crystalline dolomite of the Binnenthal in the Valais, Switzerland.