Optical microscope image simulation

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i am trying to simulate an optical microscope image of a 4 micron diameter sized particle which is placed between an analyzer and a polarizer under 400-700 nm white light.

Particle has internal ordering of small platelets which gives rise to maltese cross pattern much like liquid crystals. I have tried using the RF module to simulate the scattered field in plane polarized light. Do you think Enorm^2 would be what i am seeing as my optical microscope image? or the far field is being projected on the camera in optical microsocpe? any help or guidance will be greatly appreciated.


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