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No, Be2+ and Li+ would actually be isoelectronic to He since Be would be losing 2 and Li would be losing 1 electron. In order to be isoelectronic, Be2+, Li+, and Ne would have to have the same number of electrons. For example, Na+ and Mg2+ would be isoelectronic to Ne.
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