I took an introductory chemistry course long ago, but the rules seemed arbitrary, and I've forgotten most of what I learned. Now that I have an undergraduate education in physics, I should be able to use physics to learn general chemistry more effectively. What resources, either books or on-line, are useful for physicists to learn the fundamentals of chemistry? I'm not enrolled at a university, so official courses and labs aren't realistic.
Please note that I am not looking for books on specialized advanced topics, but a general introduction to chemistry that takes advantage of thermodynamics, statistical mechanics, and quantum mechanics while requiring little or no prior knowledge of chemistry.