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Polysilicon is then deposited, d o p e d and patterned using reactive ion etching to form the transistor gates a n d also the first level of interconnect. The s o u r c e / d r a i n arsenic implant is now performed. N o masking is needed at this stage since the polysilicon gates and thick field oxide serve to prevent penetration of the arsenic to the silicon everywhere except in the source and drain areas. The photoresist layer used to define the gates is sometimes left in place during this implant in order to ensure that arsenic channeling through the polysilicon does not occur.