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Restoration of macroscopic isotropy has been investigated in $(d+1)$-simplex fractal conductor networks via exact real space renormalization group transformations. Using some theorems of fixed point theory, it has been shown very rigoroursly that the macroscopic conductivity becomes isotropic for large scales and anisotropy vanishes with a scaling exponent which is computed exactly for arbitrary values of d and decimation numbers $b=2,3,4and5$
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