We have performed a systematic investigation of boron implantation at 30 keV into <100> n-type silicon in the 77 –300 K temperature range and mostly at 9×1015 cm−2 fluence. The analyses have been performed with ion channeling and cross sectional transmission electron microscopy both in as-implanted samples and in samples annealed in vacuum furnace at 500 °C and 850 °C for 30 min. We confirm the impossibility of amorphization at room temperature and the presence of residual damage mainly located at the boron projected range. On the contrary, a continuous amorphous layer can be obtained for implants at 77 K and 193 K; the thickness of the implanted layer is increased by lowering the temperature, at the same time the amorphous-crystalline interface becomes sharper. Sheet resistance measurements performed after isochronal annealing shows an apparent reverse annealing of the dopant only in the sample implanted at 273 K. The striking differences between light and heavy ions observed at room temperature implantation disappears at 77 K and full recovery with no residual damage of the amorphous layer is observed.