CHM 2095 – Chemistry for Engineers 1 – Fall 2011
04AA, 04AB, 04AC, 04AD, 04AE, 1552, 1565, 1572, 1581, 1590, and 1612
MWF Period 2 (8:30-9:20 AM) in CLB C130.
Concurrent enrollment in CHM 2045L and MAC 2311 is
Tuesday classes will start during the second week of class on August 30
your schedule for the period and room location.
Again, these sessions do not meet in the first week
Dr. Jeffrey Keaffaber, Office:
FLI 251; Phone:
Email is the recommended form of contact.
MW Period 7-8 (1:55-3:50 PM), TR Period 4 (10:40-11:30 AM)
No Friday office hours.
If these times don’t work for you, please make an appointment.
Several TAs will be assigned to this course.
Identities and office hours will be
announced on Sakai as soon as they are available.
TA office hours are held in general chemistry
learning center (GCLC) in FLI 257.
Engineering Chemistry University of Florida CHM 2095
, Brown, Holme, with contributions by Keaffaber,
CHM 2095 is the first semester of the CHM 2095 – 2096 sequence.
Topics include stoichiometry,
energy and thermodynamics, atomic and molecular structure, the states of matter, reaction rates, and an
introduction to chemical equilibria.
All of these topics are taught in an engineering case-study context.
it may seem that chemical, material science, biological, environmental, civil, and even mechanical engineers
benefit most from this course, all engineering majors benefit from the critical thinking skills that a course in
It will also instill a strong work ethic that is an absolute must in the engineering profession!