Introduction rates of dominant defects have been determined for electron-irradiated, p-type silicon as a function of oxygen and boron concentration. Samples included those with oxygen content ranging from 8 × 1015 to 7 × 1017 cm−3. Initial results are described for samples with measured carbon content varying from 2 × 1015 to 6 × 1016 cm−3. Competing defect reactions involving the interstitial defects, Bi and Ci, and oxygen, boron, and carbon are observed. The identities of an electron trap (Bi-Oi) and a hole trap (Bi-Bs) have been clarified.