Hi, I'm stuck on a certain question in a tutorial sheet, and would appreciate a nudge in the right direction. The problem is in one particular question to which I missed notes due to illness, and won't have time to copy up before they need handed in. The question is on dipole moments: The relative permittivity of xenon at S.T.P. (0C and 1 Atmosphere) is 1.001352. Estimate the magnitude of the dipole moment induced in each xenon atom when the gas is subjected to an electric field E of strength of 5 x 10^5 V/m Avogadro's Number Na = 6.02 x 10^23 Volume of 1 mole of gas at S.T.P. = 2.24 x 10^-2 Permittivity of vacumn = 8.85 x 10^-12 If the equilibrium inter-nuclear separation r in a completely ionic molecule is 2.8 x 10^-10 metres, calculate its permanent electric dipole moment, and compare with the value obtained above. Like I said, I don't want the answer or solution, but I'm at a bit of a loss as to where to begin, and would appreciate a little explanation. I've worked out the internuclear separation of the atoms, and I think I know where to go, but do I need to use the relative permittivity of the xenon to work out the electric field strength within the gas, then use the dipole moment calculation to get the result?