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P-channel MOSFETs with source/drain junction depths less than 0.1 mu m were fabricated using 1.35 keV B+ and 6 keV BF2+ implantation into crystalline and Ge preamorphised silicon. For 950-1050 degrees C, 10 s rapid thermal annealing, the various implantation conditions yielded similar device characteristics. The implantation of BF2+ resulted in a slight increase in the specific contact resistivity to source and drain over that obtained using B+. Measurements of subthreshold I/V characteristics and the channel length dependence of threshold voltage indicated that good long-channel behaviour was obtained for 0.7 mu m channel length devices.