I am trying to learn quantum chemistry. I have an extensive background in math and physics, so I'm looking for a book that makes full use of whatever physics and mathematics is relevant to this subject, although I'm not sure if such a text even exists.
I am familiar with all the math and physics one might need, including functional analysis, quantum mechanics, relativity, differential geometry, etc. I am a math PhD student. I also have a degree in physics.
Perhaps I should also explain that quantum chemistry is a highly mathematical subject, that involves topics in math such as differential equations and perturbation theory. I ask this question here because I am interested in a book that makes full use of whatever mathematical tools the study of quantum chemistry might benefit from.