What is the reason for the anisotropy of the physical properties of single crystals?

The reason for the anisotropy of crystals is that with an ordered arrangement of atoms, molecules or ions, the forces of interaction between them and interatomic distances (as well as some quantities not directly related to them, for example, polarizability or electrical conductivity) turn out to be unequal in different directions.

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