This is a ridiculous degree of precision, in any unit of measure. Going with the biggest unit I can think of without jumping to stellar units (a degree of latitude or longitude) you’re measuring in units so small that you are working with fractions of a molecule.
At the equator longitude and latitude is about 111 kilometers. This is a lot, but working with 0.000000000001 is so very, very tiny tiny… in fact it is about 2/3 the size of a glucose molecule, or 1/100,000 as long as a human hair is wide.
I bring this up as any time you start using numbers with that many decimals you are apt to get floating point errors, something which you will need to consider. If possible I suggest rounding to a reasonable size relative to your units, and stick to the old timer draftsman’s rule of thumb: if you won’t be able to measure it on site, don’t show it.