Here is a video that demonstrates the interesting nature of the triple point of cyclohexane, so I tried researching on the internet for a phase diagram, but only found data from a manufacture where the triple point was specified as 279.48 degK at 5.388 kPa. But in the video there doesn't seem to be a cooling plate. The flask appears to be at room temperature.
What are the triple point specs for pure cyclohexane? If they match the data above, how were they able to achieve the phase transitions shown in the video at room temperature?
Also where can I find a phase diagram for pure cyclohexane on the internet?