I'm currently in high school and studying physics, 2 maths ("normal" and the most advanced course, the normal is required for the advanced one by the way) as well as a few other subjects. I'm planning to study Electrical or Mechanical engineering or science. Maybe both. But that's irrelevant. I was originally planning to study chemistry, which deeply interested me, especially the material science and electronic interactions. But due to my limited choice of available subjects (time table scheduling) and my need for higher maths, I swapped chemistry for specialist mathematics (highest math course Australia (Victoria) has). Despite not having the course available to me any more, I'm adamant to learn more physical chemistry, hopefully being able to maybe get up to organic chemistry! I have a basic knowledge of acid/base interactions, precipitates, electron shells and covalent and ionic bonds. Basically, very basic knowledge. I still have the first part of the chemistry book (year 11, but no year 12) and have read a little bit about things like redox. What books would you recommend for someone who has a basic knowledge of theoretical chemistry, but wishes to teach themselves more?