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Consider the following sentence:

For better clarity, we will now explain in detail how this works.

Is "for better clarity" correct as an expression? Googling for it gives a number of results but none from a "grammatically safe" source.

If grammatically correct, is it commonly used? Does it sound natural?

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For clarity would be the better construction. This Ngram of for clarity vs for better clarity shows the clear preference for the former, giving this:

For clarity, we will now explain in detail how this works.

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