My ~40 years old paper in the title had got a surprising actuality in the Chemistry Nobel Prize 2023 awards for the three Laureats: ** Aleksey Yekimov, Luis E. Brus and Moungi G. Bawendi. **Of course, the present author of that paper could not guess that time the actuality that was an incidental consequence of my erroneous paper [3], intended to construct an infinite series of non-orientable compact hyperbolic manifolds, as a polyhedral tiling series in the

*Bolyai-Lobatchevsky*hyperbolic space

**H**3. Fortunately, I observed and improved the mistake soon. Namely, that constructions were not manifolds because the two fixed points as punctures, where point reflections occur in the symmetry group of the tricky polyhedral tilings. But

*these singular points*, as "quantum dots" e.g. for

*copper and chlorine ions*, respectively, in

*glass (silicon) fluid*cause

*light effects*(by "electron jumping-leaping")

*whose colours might depend on the sizes of cristal particles.*That means the mistake was much more interesting than the original intention that can be reached easily later!