Circuit equivalent for fitting my data

In summary, the conversation discussed experiments with impedance spectroscopy and the difficulty in finding an equivalent circuit that fits the data. The equivalent circuit was found to be similar to the data, but there was an issue with the resistance dropping at low frequencies. The question was posed of what circuit element or action could be taken to address this issue, with the suggestion of a component whose reactance decreases as frequency decreases. The dip in Z'' indicated the presence of a resonant circuit.
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Impedancy Spectroscopy
I did a few experiments recently of impedance spectroscopy, and I've gathered some data that i'm having some issues to find an equivalent circuit that can fit the data.

The equivalent circuit that I've got, it's pretty similar with the data (graph and circuit below)

But the problem is, at low frequencies, my data values drop, while the fit from the circuit keeps going up.

Z' represents the real part from the impedance, so basically I need to my equivalent circuit to drop the resistance at low frequencies.

What circuit element, or what I could do, so that I could find an equivalent circuit to my data?
 

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Can you think of a component whose reactance (impedance) goes down as the frequency goes down?
 
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The dip in Z'' suggests there is a resonant circuit somewhere.
 

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