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Hydrogen peroxide is polar, as the shape of the molecule doesn't dictate that the dipole moments cancel out.
Hydrogen peroxide structure is that of an open book form, of H-O-O-H, it is where oxygen has oxidation state of -1 instead of the usual -2.
Dipole moment points towards the more electronegative element.
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n as far i know its given h2o2 is a polar comp..........i however dnt know about the bonds whether they're polar or no-polar
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Hydrogen Peroxide is polar. 
The negatives and positives form the uneven distribution of electrons, making the molecule polar, even though the O-O bond is non-polar because of the equal distribution of electrons.