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  • Section S1. Similar observation in a superconducting sample (fig. S6)
  • Section S2. Scaling factor used in Fig. 3C and fig. S6C
  • Section S3. Canted angle between adjacent MoO6 octahedra
  • Section S4. Theory of dark excitons and its contribution to resistivity and MR along the a axis
  • Section S5. Deconvolution of the anisotropic MR in LMO
  • Table S1. Location of the maxima and minima in the angular MR in LMO above Tmin.
  • Fig. S1. Mirror reflection of the ADMR curves at various temperatures about the c axis.
  • Fig. S2. The magnitude of asymmetry as a function of temperature for MR curves of current along the b axis.
  • Fig. S3. Contrast in the asymmetric MR response upon rotation within the three crystallographic planes.
  • Fig. S4. Normalized ADMR curves obtained at various temperatures as a constant magnetic field of 13 T, rotated within the bc plane.
  • Fig. S5. Absence of asymmetric MR (I//b) with increasing field strength for B rotated within the bc plane.
  • Fig. S6. Origin of the asymmetric MR and determination of the critical angle for a second, superconducting LMO crystal.
  • Fig. S7. Scaling factor used in Fig. 3C and fig. S6C, respectively.
  • Fig. S8. A close view of the canted MoO6 octahedra in LMO.
  • Fig. S9. Configurations of electric contacts applied to our LMO crystals.
  • Fig. S10. Schematic of crystallization of dark excitons.
  • Fig. S11. Power-law behavior of resistivity along the b axis in both insulating and superconducting LMO crystals.
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