Other ap chemistry textbooks?
By - KaiWillson
Openstax chemistry 2nd edition
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When I took it a few years ago, my school had just switched from Zumdahl to *Chemistry: A Molecular Approach* by Tro. If memory serves, it wasn’t anything extraordinary, but it got the job done. Good luck this year!
Try Atkins chemical principles
Nah I'm pretty sure Atkins is way too hard for AP Chem purposes