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Yes, but mostly no. This is all analogue audio equipment, so there are no "compatibility issues" per se, but you would need a few other pieces of equipment for this microphone and mixer to work together, and further equipment to work with your laptop.
This microphone appears to be a condenser type of capsule, not a dynamic type, which means it requires 48V phantom power to be supplied over the microphone cable. The Behringer mixer does not have any indication that it supplies phantom power. To compensate for this, you could purchase an inline phantom power supply that goes between the mixer and the microphone (and an additional XLR cable to hook that up). Many mixers exist that supply phantom power on their own, so you might want to look for an alternative.
Additionally, to hook this setup up to your laptop, ideally you will want some kind of USB audio interface. Behringer has an offering that you could hook up to the 2-track in/outs on the mixer, or you could use the main outs with the appropriate cables. But again, other mixers may have a USB interface built-in.
You might consider going a very different route and not buying a mixer. A recording interface like this will power your condenser mic and plug directly into your laptop, while likely offering much higher sound quality than the Behringer. Personally, I've got my eye on a Mackie Blackjack.
If the mixer is a Q502USB it has phantom power,required by your choice of microphone, and USB reqired for laptop.