History of hydrogen

The project development leader for Linde talks about Car Von Linde and how Linde was the first person to acheive capturing oxygen from air.  Linde liquefied air by first compressing it and then letting it expand rapidly, which cooled it. Linde captured oxygen and nitrogen from the liquid air by slow warming.

How did they go from oxygen to hydrogen?

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