Hi! I wonder if you could give me some general chemistry book recommendations. I have a modest background in Chemistry (I've read introductions equivalent to "Chemistry, the central science", "Chemistry" by Chang, "Concise inorganic chemistry" by Lee and "Organic chemstry" by Clayden - I've forgotten most of the last one though). But I want to push this frontier a bit, because I see I have some weaknesses. I wouldn't be able to tell for sure the hybridization on SnCl3-, define what is a Van der Waals radius, explain quantitatively what is nuclear shielding or define chemical potential. Essentially, I want to have a better grasp on the details that are usually overlooked or briefly commented on those books. What do you suggest?