Tetrahedra in a Hexagonal 3D Net
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Six tetrahedra are aligned along the edges of a hexagon so that every second tetrahedron is turned in the opposite direction. This pattern is repeated to make a 3D net. This could be a geometrical model of the structure of certain minerals.
Contributed by: Sándor Kabai (June 2008)
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"Tetrahedra in a Hexagonal 3D Net"
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Published: June 13 2008