It was a duplicate
Your examples prove the point as well. Both questions are asking "What is in coca cola"? The question may have the answer 'water', and so it's asked again.
But asking the same question again because you don't like the current answer doesn't make it not a duplicate.
It's a duplicate because it's the same question - it's just that you want to get a better answer to the question. Putting a bounty on the earlier question is the way to do that.
Question updated to ask for a list of actionable objects
This is now a defined list question. It's doable, but beware that it may attract downvotes because folks don't always love to be asked to do the heavy lifting work anyone could do themselves.