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  1. I advise you to start studying with ordinary school textbooks, there is certainly more water, but it is also easier to tell, you can buy manuals for preparing applicants, very briefly and clearly, and I also recommend signing up for this course http://learnchemistry.getcourse.ru I personally took part in it, they are preparing for the OGE, everything is very cool, I passed a hundred, in general I recommend it

  2. I'll update the previous answer. On the site himi4ka.ru there is a free course “Chemistry for dummies”, there is also a huge number of clear video tutorials.
    Eremin and Gabrielyan's high school textbooks will be useful. For the second author, the information is divided into basic and in-depth study, which is very convenient.
    After completing a school chemistry course, you can expand and deepen your knowledge with the help of the textbook for university applicants “The Beginning of Chemistry” of the same V. V. Eremin (compiled by professors of the Moscow State Medical University named after V. V. Eremin). Sechenov University and the Faculty of Chemistry of Moscow State University). All the topics of the school course are given there, but with a lot of theory. For the Unified State Exam, for example, so much is not useful, but for a thorough study of the subject, this textbook is invaluable.
    Do not forget to consolidate your knowledge by solving chemical problems. In addition to tasks in textbooks, you can use the open task bank of FIPI, for example (www.fipi.ru)

  3. Rudzitis and Feldman textbook series: Chemistry. Grade 8-11, training videos on the channel “Chemistry-just” on youtobe.

    You need to know the structure of the atom (up to why an electron does not fall on the atom), you need to understand and be able to read the Periodic Table of chemical DI Mendeleev (periodic table), be able to build the electronic formula of the atom (according to the table), understand the law of conservation of mass and the Le Chatelier principle. This is the minimum that you need to know, it is in this tutorial.

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