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Check the answer given by Divyansh Jain

I am writing this because I am not permitted to comment in that post.


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Using Divyansh's idea, How can the physical properties be same in amorphous solid if seen from different direction?

When we draw rectangles in different directions, we don't get similar pattern inside the rectangle.

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    $\begingroup$ You don't mention at what scale and what physical properties, exactly, whereas that's the crucial point. The vast majority of them are only applicable to the macroscopic objects where the lack of long-range order is averaged out. Physical methods of analysis which are capable of operating on atomic level (say, AFM) would be able to tell the difference, of course. $\endgroup$ – andselisk Aug 28 at 15:05

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