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Dielectric and electrical behaviors of this ionic clay were thoroughly investigated in the frequency range of 200 Hz to 1MHz. The clay was synthesized by co‐precipitation method at room temperature. This sample was characterized by XRD, Fourier transform‐infrared (FT‐IR), inductively coupled plasma (ICP) and Thermogravimetric analysis. This sample was crystallized in a rhombohedral symmetry (Space group: R‐3 m). Impedance spectroscopy was used as a tool to evaluate and monitor the activationdoaj:0eff033cba894115a61b513b14b52330 fatcat:woxgvinl7jbp7eatvypylarkca