use phenol in a sentence.
According to wikipedia, it apparently emits methoxy phenols
There is a finite number of nutrients in the soil, and the plant can make a finite amount of such things out of these nutrients (like phenols in the grape skins and...
Anyone who has been around a university physics lab will easily recognize linen (as well as paper) phenolics which are typically used as insulators and occasionally for mechanical parts.
In general, paper based phenolics were used for tons of things, and if you have anything around that looks like hard plastic that was made before the 70s you've probably encountered it as well (buttons, knobs, etc...
I eat two tablespoons of this specially imported olive oil from Chile that has one of the highest contents of phenol (500 count).
Hah, I remember using all the way back to 2007 looking for special types of terminals from Keystone Electronics that were ridiculously hard to find because they were for some ancient 3/16" thick phenolic.
Many people buy into the supposed health benefits on olive oil, which probably boils down to its phenolic content.
The "ppm", in the Scotch context, is for the amount of peat phenols, which is essentially a peatiness metric, and it is recently a competition metric, for some reason, between at least a few distillers ( as an example article but you can just google scotch ppm and get a ton of articles ).
Most of the things you listed are present in vaccines, but only a tiny fraction of the amount already in your bloodstream (formaldehyde, aluminum, mercury), or amounts too small to possibly be harmful (phenol).
Second, teas have tons of vitamins, catechins, phenolics and tannins, which your coffee does not.